Ann Arbor High School - Omega Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)
- Class of 1958
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DOROTHY ELIZABETH PATON
As representatrves of the student body the members of the I958
Omega Staff dedlcote thus book to Mass Dorothy Ellzabeth Paton one
of the most outstandnng teachers nn Ann Arbor Hugh School She has
been a guide and a fruend to hundreds of students who slncerely thank
her for all of her help
Remembernng Mass Paton s classes calls to mund the emphasus
which she always placed on learnnng the basnc fundamentals of math
or lute Thus attutude has been based upon practucal experlence un the
fneld of mathematlcs She was a Junuor Accountant of the Federal
Trade Commxssuon an honor seldom bestowed upon women durrng
the war she was Ordinance Engineer In Detroit for which she re
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She ns also o good cook
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ceived a certificate ot commendation as recognition of her outstanding wfnrlq
she was a research associate in the Bureau of Public Health Economics rt the
School ot Public Health, University of Michigan, This led to the writing i t a
book on The Hospitalization ofthe People of Two Counties which Miss Paton
co-authored with Dr. Nathan Sinai. This Honethefjob experience" hOS helped
her during the twenty-six years which she has taught at Ann Arbzr l-ligh
ln addition to her regular teaching duties, Miss Paton has pursued many
other activities, At various times she has been chairman ot the Junior and
Senior High School Math Departments, the mathematics section of the Michi'
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gan Educotuon Association and the math sectron of the Muchlgan Schoolmas
ter s Club She was also an actuve member ot the School Board for tour and
one halt years An unterest and trannlng nn musuc encouraged her to direct
glee clubs operettas mnnstrel shows and choruses an school and ln the
For her outstandlng musucnanshlp Mass Paton was made a member ofthe
Mu Phu Epsnlon Soronty an organlzatlon ot professional musucnans ot which
she was president for two years and rs now national tnnance chanrman She IS
also a member of the pl Lambda Theta Sorority an honorary educational
For relaxatnon she plays her lovely grand prano She has traveled
throughout the Unuted States Alaska and Europe
These wldely varyung expenences have added value to her teaching and
lnterest to her classes maklng her un our opunlon a great teacher and a grand
person of many glfts ond man talents
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Amid the perils of frozen toes and fingers
this year's homecoming queen was crowned
among all the splendor of a royal caronation.
The traditional crown and red roses were pre-
sented to senior Barbara Hartman by the foot-
ball captain of l956, Jim Baughn. The royal
procession lead by floats made by organiza-
tions of the student body and sports cars in-
cluded the queen and all of her court, Sophoe
mores-Carol Porter, Peg Twiningg Juniors-
Carol Stinke, Sue Bigbyg Seniors L Judy
Fingerle, Janet Everhardus and Queen Bar-
More homecoming splendor was displayed
at the annual homecoming dance on October
26. During the dance intermission Barb was
officially crowned Homecoming Queen of
Among all the lovely girls on the court
Barb felt very honored at being elected queen.
Local merchants expressed their happiness for
the queen by presenting her with many beau-
tiful gifts from their stores.
Fun and excitement were had by all at
this year's Homecoming.
A kiss for the Queen
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During the month of November, the Drama
Worksltop class under the able direction of
Mr, Donald Schultz, presented the all-school
play, Gramercy Ghost.
The leading characters, Joan Dolphin, who
played the part ot Miss Nancy Willard, Dave
Saunders, as Nathaniel Coombs, and .lim
Flood, as Charley Stewart, were supported in
their roles by Sara Weeks, Dick lrvine, Nancy
French, John Barnes, Larry Perry, Chuck Mil-
ler, JerifLynne l-laines, Diane Burt, and Linda
The stagecratt classes, instructed by Mr.
Ronald Dawson, constructed the entire set and
helped backstage during the performance.
Steve Norman and Danny Vokovich deserved
the credit tor the lighting, as they helped de-
cide which lights were to be used and oper-
ated them each night that the play ran.
According to the story, Nathaniel Coombs,
a ghost dating back to the Revolutionary War,
was ordered to haunt the house inhabited by
Miss Nancy Vkfillard until he could find a mes-
sage that he had hidden before he was killed
by the British Only Nancy could see or hear
him, and only Charley belseved her story about
Nathaniel As a result a hilarious situation
Mr Schultz stated that the play was ac,
cepted better than any other comedy present-
ed Ot the new high school
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I want to be evil
"Laura" was a psychological murder
mystery that built up to a tense climax The
play opened with Laura l-lunt's death As the
play progressed, the plot became more intri-
cate and the play revolved around the discovf
ery ot the murderer.
The set was a unique one in itselt The
design, color, and texture made the set very
The lead role, Laura, was portrayed by
Linda Kay Woodworth. Opposing her in the
male lead was David Saunders playing Waldo
Lydeelcer. Detective Mark McPherson was
played by James Flood. Alexis Lahti played
Shelby Carpenter, Charles Miller played Danf
ny Dorgan, Sally Ann Brown played Mrs Dorf
gan, Henrie Stewart played Bessie, and Larry
Perry played Olsen.
"One, two, three o'cloclc, four ocock, ROCKY"
ALL SCHOOL TALENT SHOW
The lights dimmed and the curtain
rose on a stage set for action - the'
l958 All School Talent Show. The
many acts, chosen by Mr. Ronald Daw-
son and the Assembly committee came
from any interested groups in the stu-
dent body. Rusty Balis who MC'd the
show, introduced many fine acts which
included: The Five Teens, or Doug
Brown, John This, Rin Mosley, Tony
Peters, and Don Barsantu, The Living
Pupetts, Kay Clark, Sue Klassen, Jean
Hammer, and Liz Fawcett, and the
Cuban Dancer, Andy Navarro. The
dance band also played for the affair,
and it was considered a great success.
"Beautiful Dreamer . . . "
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Lights, music, and applause - we
hopel That was what the four hundred
students who put on the Footlight
Scandals were thinking on the night
of March l. The music department,
headed by Mr. John Merrill, Mr. Clar-
ence Roth, and Mr. Edward Morris,
combined forces with the Dramatics
department, headed by Mr. 'Donald
Schultz and Mr. Ronald Dawson, to
put on the show entitled Hi-Fi Frolics,
The Mixed Ensemble, Male Chorus,
and Girls' Chorus each did a number.
"Barefoot," done by the Mixed En-
semble, will long be remembered by
all, The A Cappella Choir did a medley
from "Oklahoma" and the Cantando
Choir did a Vincent Newman medley.
The band, dance band, and orchestra
also did several numbers, and there
were soloists and a barbershop quartet.
The dramatics department had a
great deal to do with making the show
a success, as they put on skits between
the musical numbers to tie the show
together, Their skits also served to
introduce the acts. All in all, the music
department felt that the show was a
Yalent an Stage
the result . . .
With much splash and dash, the
"Aquaneers" our Synchronized Swim-
ming Club, put forth their most tal-
ented efforts in the presentation of the
Onnuol Spring show - "Ripples Of
Reminiscencen. Over thirty mermaid
misses floated into the acts, all of
which were original numbers worked
out by the pretty paddlers who per
l-li links inthe water included every
thing from gridiron skirmishes to
dreamy divers Rock n roll took to the
tank in one of the more lymphatic
parts of the show adding swing to the
Mrs Nancy Grdjich was the Aqua
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JUNIOR PROM OF 1958
Soft blue lights, fish nets, and floating fish mode a deep
blue mist to engulf the Junior Prom dancers
Carol Steinl4e's group dreamed up the decorations, and
the mood was completed by the entertainment procured by
Sally l-lanawalt's committee
The hungry dancers were refreshed through the efforts
of Kathy Burgess's helpers, Jim Wilkins and Diane Marsh
also helped make the Prom a success
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Mr Ronollo Mrs Worner Mrs Tyler cmd Mrs Sovery
The bock room of the lubrory IS somethnng thot as kept fomrly
secret In It the books ore bound cotologed ond countless other necessary
tasks ore completed The most umportont port of ony llbrory us the books
Ours are corefully selected for their educotlonol volue and from uslng
the lubrory we con honestly thonk the lnbroruons for o lob well done
Mrs. Judson, Mrs. Toylor Mrs, Griggs, Judy Goetze Shirley Robinson.
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CUSTODIANS and COOKS
Ann Arbor Hugh was extremely for
tunate un havung an excellent staff of
cooks and custoduans
The cooking staff consisted of thlr
teen women Sux cooks three women
that set up the foods at the counter a
baker a cashier a woman an charge
of the soda bor and the manager
The custoduan staff consisted of
three women and twelve men They
worked many long hours to keep the
buuldlng clean and bright
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ROW 21 W, Dalton R, Weinmann, H, Mortensen,
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The west end of "C" build-
ing on the third floor was fa-
miliar to almost all ofthe stu-
dents at Ann Arbor High. lt
was here that one found the
Each student is required to
take three years of English, or
an approved substitute, in or-
der to graduate. The approved
substitutions are debate, jour-
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nalism, public speaking, or
radios During the three years
of high school English, o stu-
dent studies English literature,
American literature, English
grammar, and composition.
This year an advanced place-
ment English course was insti-
tuted on an experimental basis
for students with high l, Q.'s
who showed exceptional ability
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When you can hear me, whistle "Colonel Boogie March."
French, German, Spanish,
and Latin - these are the four
languages taught at Ann Arbor
High. The first two years of
any language are devoted to
grammar and pronunciation,
and then in Latin and French,
two more years are taught.
These final years are spent
reading the great literature of
the language. This year, con-
versational Russian was also
added to the list of languages
taught, This course is designed
to give students a good back-
ground in speaking everyday
Russian. The language labora-
tory is used by all students
taking a language. This en-
ables students to hear the
sounds of the tongue. Both the
two and tour year programs
give students a good founda-
tion in their chosen language,
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And the next step is . .
Math is, in this advanced time, a
necessary ingredient in the promotion
of better living and peace. The Ann
Arbor High School mathematics de-
partment tried to show how to be the
promoters of good living and peace
through training in the process of
Under the direction of Miss Noyes,
the department made allowances for
the more gifted by offering an ad-
vanced placement program. This pro-
gram was open to all three classes.
The sophomore class had two acceler-
ated classes. In their senior year, they
will start freshman math and if, at the
end of their senior year, they success-
fully pass the advanced placement
exam, they will be able to omit as
much as one year of college math.
There was also one eleventh grade
advanced moth class.
The stress on the science programs of public schools
added something new to the science department at Ann
Arbor High School this year, This was the new Saturday
science program which was offered to all of the science
students, who could choose their special projects from the
fields of chemistry, physics, biology, and electronics. A
lecture, given by a visiting scientist every Saturday morn-
ing, was open to the general public, The lecture was fol-
lowed by three hours of individual project work. Forty
students participated in this program.
The high school planetarium, which was donated by
the Argus Corporation, proved useful and interesting to
the students. A special Christmas program was inaugu-
rated for the seniors this year and will be continued
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Today it is very important that students
have a gocd background in histcrv and
other fields hav,ng tc do with mans prcb-
lems. To take care ot the history section,
Ann Arbor High offers World History,
which traces the development ot man
through the ages, and American History,
which is a thorough study ot our nation.
World Geography teaches students about
trade, products, and the topography ot the
world, Then, to take care ot man's prob-
lems, Family Living, Social Problems, ln-
ternational Relations, Modern History, and
Economics are taught, and American His-
tory, Through this vast program, students
of Ann Arbor High have a chance to be-
come well learned in any phase of history
that they choose,
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Driver Education is taught throughout the
school years and in summer school. lt may be
elected as an "extra" by students who reoch the
age of sixteen by the end of the semester in which
the course is token. The students receive instruc-
tion in driving skills, practice in courteous driving,
and practice in care of the outomobile.
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The activities program of the physical educa-
tion department covers many different areas.
These consist of team games, individual games,
rhythms, self-testing actiivties, tumbling, appar-
atus, wrestling, track and field. Orientation in
the large gym classes consists of lectures on health
practices, activities program, intramural program,
interscholastic program, and first aid.
At the end of the long tunnel is "E" building.
Classes offered here are auto mechanics, me-
chanical drawing, driver education, wood shop,
metal shop, and courses in radio and electricity.
One outstanding feature of this department is the
model house, which is used to help students learn
how to paint many different kinds of surfaces.
Industrial Arts courses give many students prac-
tical experience that will aid them in future
And the next step is
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HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
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Wush l could make somethung luke that'
Admurung comments luke these were heard
around the Home Economuc s showcase each tume a
new skurt or dress was exhubuted Thus dusplay case
gave every gurl un the sewung classes a chance to
have her accomplushments dusplayed
ln adclutuon to sewung the Home Economuc s de
partment offered classes un foods These classes
gave practucal experuence un the preparatuon of nu
trutuous well balanced meals cookung on a budget
and plannung meals around the basuc seven food
groups Staffed by lvluss Petersen and Muss Eber
bach the Home Economucs department offered gurls
thus year as un the past valuable and enjoyable
traunung un cookung and sewung
A stutch un tume
The commercuol deportment hos o vornety of
courses both for those students plonnzng to enter
business upon groduotlon ond those who intend
to go on to college So thot students moy decade
nf they wnsh to toke ony business courses In the
hugh school o course us offered In busxness ornen
totzon In oddutuon to the tour semesters of typing
required for stencgrophlc students th re us CI
course which meets on olternotung doys ln per
sonol typing Two semesters of occounts ore glven
Begunnnng shorthond which Includes theory ond
dnctotuon proctuce IS cz one yeor course Tronscrnp
tnon from shorthond ns offered to odvonced sten
ogrophuc students Trolnnng on business machines
such os colculotors duphcotung mochunes comp
tometers oddlng mochlnes dnctotung equnpment
ond electric typewreters con be gouned In the
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ART AND MUSIC
"Busy" was the word to describe the musical
groups last year. The combined singing groups, un-
der the direction of John Merrill, sang at the Pop
Assembly, the Christmas Assembly, Footlight Scan-
dals with the band and orchestra, and the May Fes-
tival. ln addition to this, the individual choruses
also participated in many extra programs.
The band and orchestra groups were not idle
either under the baton of Mr. Clarence Roth. Some
ofthe big events ofthe year included the Christmas
Assembly, Midwestern Band Conference where they
received twenty-one tirsts out of a possible thirty,
Bands in Reveiw, and graduation.
The art department had its first Alumni Show
on March lO and the Youth Show in May.
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Changes! Looking forward to the time when Ann Arbor
High School will double its present enrollment, the Student
Council this year worked out the changes necessary to main-
tain the traditionally efficient student government. High on
the list of accomplishments this year is the new school consti-
tution. lt is completely different from the old existing one and
different from the constitution of almost every other school in
the nation. The method of electing senior class officers was
also changed. The system of electing Student Council officers
initiated by last year's Council was again carried out this year.
ln the field of social activities, the council prepared and car-
ried out successfully the annual homecoming, planned regular
dances and after-game dances, and sponsored dance instruc-
tions. Along the line of community projects, the Student Coun-
cil sponsored fund drives, gathered food baskets for the needy
at Thanksgiving time, and participated in the Cancer Tag
Day put on by Tri-High Council.
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ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE - FIRST SEMESTER
Row I: J. Fingerle, B Critendon, S. Ehnis, L. Hague, E. Kokoles, Row 3: B. Heller, D. Howell, K. Schwehmeyer, L. Wescot, K.
L. Slenger, J. Davis, M. Niess, J. Kahn. Sikes, M. Smith, P. Hood, l. Vitkins, B. Dann, P. Pengelly,
Row 2: J. Goetze, C. Sfonesfreet, S. Beckley, M. Bates, K. D. Burt, K. Peyton, R. Curry, G. Jackson, B. Ryan.
Lovelace, S. Dilno, K. Knox, P. Ward, P. Leftridge, J. Hearn, Row 4: Mr. Dawson, D. Nutt, B. Hiscock, D. Hartsook, J. Sin-
C. Jeppeson. Clair, M. Goldman, N. Kirby, T. Deosy, T. Pliske, B. Harvey,
J. Wiley, R. Dieterle, J. Wernetter, P. Arnn, S. Hubbell.
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ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE - SECOND SEMESTER
Row l: D. Howell, E. Kokales, N. Logan. Row 3: G. Gruan, J. Gesler, B. Cassell, K. Peyton, G. Jones, R.
Row 2: B. Roeber, J. Hamel, J. Goetze, C. Conkey, P. Crawford, Parker, A. Navarro, K. Schwenkmeyer, K. Wilson, I. Vitins,
C. Stonestreet, J. Krins, B. Marshall, M. Zill, N. Parker, N. M. Else, J. Kell, C. Sfiede, B. Hiscock,
Markham, C. Bolt, B. Weber, J. Hearn, M. Niess, J. Fingerle.
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OMEGA EDITORIAL STAFF
Row l C Sinn, N French, P. Spurlin.
Row 2' K Reynolds,J Fox,J Naehren, K Clark
J Horan, L. Rutledge C Edt, K Knox,J Free-
rnar, D Vedder, S Fuerstenou, P S'nith,C. Noftf
grnger, B. Nichols, K Lindner, J Koldo, l'l
Mcore, M Seeley J Foster.
Row S E Ee'laire, T Eaersma M. Loftberg, F.
l-loobler, M. Maver, J. Kitchenrnaster, S. Dilnc.
N Eeckwith, A. Willoughby, B Baker, J. Flood,
J. Peet, D. Littleiohn, l-l. Jackson, L. Winkelhaus
S. Kerr, M. Kempe, S. Leonard, K Anderson, L
Coburn, K. Blott.
Row 4: C. Boys, G Bornes, D. Brown, K Peyton
D. VVeiss, P. Leggett, S. Eddy, S, Roach, P. Pen-
gelly, M, Miller, P. Blair, B, Bradley, L. Bush, P.
Nelson, M. Miller, P. MacDonald, T. Rowe, C.
MacDonald, C. Dick, L. Nelson, J. Wagner, S.
The l958 Omega appears to you as a result of a concerted effort
among the members of the staff to meet the printer's final deadline.
The articles were assigned, written, checked, and typed under the
direction of Carol Sinn, the Copy Editor.
The mock election, pictures, and copy which made up the Senior
section were coordinated by its editor, Paula Spurlin. Under the direc-
tion of the Art Editor, Ann Vidar, the layout or the blueprint of the
book, the art work, and photography took shape.
The Ad Staff under the direction of Judy Fingerle and her assist-
ant Anne Colemon gathered Si ,256 of ads to decreose the cost of the
book to you.
Each of these people helped the Editor, Nancy French, with the
piece work. lt was then her duty to coordinate their work to evolve this
book. The faculty advisors, Mr. Granville and Mrs. Field, helped with
an immeasurable amount of advice.
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OMEGA BUSINESS STAFF
Rgv. 1' A Cdemon, Mr.
wife J, Frngene. Row
Yzurd, L Bush, S Schneider, J.
Moran, R Sclnoen, A Jones, E
Lxrwdon, C Kernoch, J
J. Kurtz Row 3: P Sronc T,
Rowe, E. Brooki, P. Bauer, M,
Bofer, J. Von Komperw L
XN::dwQrth, K, Knox, C
perle, H. Mcore, S Tuco
ART ond PHOTO STAFF
M. Fischer, S Coonrbs, J. Wowtz, A
Vader, D. Brown, B, Bemrre, K Bbw,
Row l, E. Staebler, L. Hague, M. Lyons.
Row 2: L. Powrie, G. Gleason.
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"We've got a deadline to meetl" yelled
business advisor, Harold Schocht at a hurried
Optimist staff this year as they constantly
tried to get news items in the paper on time.
Under the able leadership of the editor-in-
chief, Cathy Steffek, the paper always man-
aged to be prompt and to provide enjoyable
and interesting reading,
Linda Hague as first page editor dashed
madly around trying to gather in overdue
stories. Lyn Powrie and Liz Staebler, second
page editors, followed frantically in Linda's
hurried footsteps. The third page editor, Mary
Ann Lyons, although fully as busy as the
others, somehow managed to get her page
neatly arranged and ready for the printers.
Jerry Gleason found himself extremely busy
as fourth page editor.
The photographers and all the rest of the
staff did their part in making the Optimist a
really top-notch publication.
OPTIMIST EDITORIAL STAFF
Raw l: J. Maybee, K. Fike, P. Blair
L. Staebler, L. Powrie, Mrs- Field
C. Steffek, D. Burt, M. Lyons, J
Waitz, L. Hague, L. Blair.
Row 2: B. Goodwin, R. Brazden, C
Adams, M. Pope, K. Steiner, J
Davis, J. Freeman, D. Vedder, S
Furstenau, K. Jacoby, C. Bolt, J
Noelwren, L. Mets, K. Reynolds, D
Fox, M. Young, J. Fox.
Row 3: L, Nelson, J. Flood, C
Scania, D. Brown, D. Saunders, W
Anderson, L. Michelfelder, M
Schwartz, K. Payne, N. Bristol, P
INTRAMURAL MANAGERS -
li T. Wanzeck, J. Douglass, R. Potter, M. Meyers, M.
2: C. Peterson, E. Cornell, M. Folts, M. Boshaw, B. Roeber,
A. Branson, J, Grab, P. Thompson, C. Ross, D. Littlejohn, Row
M. Purdy, B. Oliver, J. Lamberson, K. Lau, B. Bancroft, J.
Lewis, J. Hanke, H, Moore.
3: H, Patthoff, J. Wlson, R. Ebaugh, S. Clarkson, F.
INTRAMURAL MANAGERS -
l: T. Wanzeck, R. Potter, J. Douglass, M. B. Meyers,
21 L. Joseph, B. Maclnnes, L. Riley, A. Carpenter, S Munz,
M. Hoseney, N. Haisc, P. Bauer, J. Hammer, M Haven, D. Row
Egas, J. Rollins, M. Purdy, D. Walters, M. Toschofl, S
3: P. Patthalf, P. Beltz, D. Foster, R. Curry, C. Castor,
Matzinger, B. Lichty, E. Senk, E. Fletcher, D. Britenwischer,
D. Gregory, D. Deye, S. Roach, L. Gale, C. MacDonald, N.
Hanks, K. Payne, M. Moyer.
4: S. Norman, D. Brown, B. Bellaire, F. Courte, J. Williams,
J. Hedetniemi, E. Sl-iippey, N. Enns, I. Arnold, B. Earle, S.
Smith, L. Marshall, R. Verdvin, J. Williams, P. Siano, E.
Ebach, B. Peters, D. Foster, P. Beltz.
M. Burns, C. Gill, D. Jurnbard, E. Shank, B. Wessinger,
Fletcher, S. Roach, M. Ueberhorst, C. Rohlif, M. Harris, J
4: N. Williams, T. Johnson, R. Meyers, J. Murphy, J
Walker, J. Erwin, D. Hamlton, I. Arnold, J. Vanderburg, J
Plichta, P, Thelen, D. Pitman, D. Wenk, S. Bennett,
LIBRARY COMMITTEE 1 FIRST SEMESTER
Raw I: B. Shade, H. Bowes, D Vedder, Mr. Ronallo. J. Pike, H. Hammonds, H, Jackson, S Beckman, B Hawkes
Row 2: S. Bissell, D. Dickerson, M Robinson, B Human, M. M. Keniston
Marsden, J. Pitts, J. Fosterrn, G Scott, M. Palrneter, J. Fox, Row 4: M. Allen, C. Miller, J. Hole, H Carnpbel' C Cape, C
M. Hopkins. Cunningham, H Stockwell, J. Knott, J Woodside, R Ditt'r'er
Row 32 J. Hyatt, J. Odle, A. Frisinger, S Schneider, J Haines T. Cody.
Hkwt the .Tfaeoent io, Flew
LIBRARY COMMITTEE - SECOND SEMESTER
Row I: K. Gauthier, S. Smith, B. Shade, M Robinson, Mr. B. Scott, J. Rinesmitlw, J, Maybee, D. Dickerson
Ranallo, N. Palmeter, J. Fox. Row 3: J. Morton, H Stockwell, J. Hvott, J. Gvlleland, P
Row 2: R. Dittmer, S. Beckman, R Apple, C Bnegek K Lau, Manner, H Jackson J Pike, S. Bissell, N Colblck. P Gibion
Row l: Miss KOCH, Mrs. Wagner, C. Tiltord, C. Breining, J. Gorlick, M. Bunten, B. Hartman, S. Johnson, M. Brandess,
Row 2: D. Metzner, W. Powell, D. Schrock, R. DeBorde, L N. Logan.
Legofski, P. Glushyn, J. Fingerle, S. Frinkle, C. Corrigan, B. Row 4: P. Twining, J. Everhardus, J. Doltin, L. Prakken, P.
Lyndon, J. Moybee, E. Fawcett. Chorron, K. Nielsen, L. Johnson, M. Lotberg, S. Bigby.
Row 3: M. Kelly, B. Preketes, S. Klassen, K. Anderson, C. Bolt,
One ot the highest honors that a girl can receive while in high
school is to be elected to the Hostess committee. Girls are chosen with
Core for they come in contact with many people, and represent Ann Arbor
High. Therefore, girls on this committee must be well groomed and each
girl must have a pleasant personality. The committee served at several
banquets held for visitors at the school and for such affairs as the team
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GIRLS' LEAGU E-FI RST
l: K. Anderson, S. Asgarzadeh, S. Wild, J. Zahn, W. Powell
2: M. Mohler, M. Bell, K. Kannbas, C. Klemach, K. Berry
K. Bordine, K. Kolander, G. Gerow, O. Purchase, A. Freeman
A. Vwfilloughoy, B. Hopkins, P. Flynn, M. Sinclair, S. LaRue
J. Kurtz, B. Shigerncsa. D. Gage.
3: K. Wanty, C. Rohlf, M. Lindenschfridt, G. Murphy, C
Conkey, N. Roach, J Ferguson, B. Marshall, R. Phillips, K
lg C. Klernach, S. LaRue, J. Noehren, G. Ge-row, L. Felton
2: K. Collica, M. Hopkins, S. Brown, S. Leonard, K. Clark
K. Anderson, G. Murphy, A. Freeman, R. Phillips, C. Ross,
A. Willoughby, H. Hall, S. Kruel, M. Harrington, J. Kahn.
3: E. Ror, R. Lolmaugh, S. Fuerstnau, J. Gatzke, J. Kurtz
J. Mcllvaine, S. Kerr, K. Bordine, N. Roach, S. Sheldon, J
Veiker, S. Bush, J. Mcllvaine, S. Frinkle, K. Clark, C. Bolt
S. Morse, N. Hall.
4: P. Toms, D. Weiss, A. Peckham, S. Burt, M. Schlanderer
M, Hass, C. Rushton, J. Douglas, M. Aitken, S. Kruel, S
Noffsinger, S. Mynning, A. Browder, C. Farwig, C. lmus, P
Charron, N. Bycrcft.
Hillegonds, D. Bank, D. LaRoe, M. Howell, N. Campbell
l.. Fawcett, T. Huntwork.
4g K Meggison, J. Hatfield, S. Knott, J. Douglas, P. Blair
P. Toms, S. Wheeler, C. Cunningham, L. Slenger, M. Ken-
niston, L. Nelson, C. Eckoff, D. Shoudy, S. Mynning, P
Langley, S. Hoff, R. Folk.
Row I Mass Lewus N Ken-pf M Bennett D V dd r J Moyuee ow 2: J, Killidw, D, Strong, J Gruber, J, Freeman,
R Phllllp L Gale A Peckham S Fuerstncu R Gray J. Kett, C. Rushton, K. Burgess, P, Blow, A. Garner P G 'J n
J , and w,
ow I Blair R Lolmough Mrs Kyprue Row Z: J. Warren, J. Noehren, J. Wagner, M
Hoob, E. Gehringer, N. Scurnonn, H. Jackson,
Row l: M. Kenisfon, S. Asgarzadeh
P. Nelson, J. Maybee, P, Skinner, L
Slenger, M. Meyers, D. Metzner, J
Dolfin, J. Garlick, N. Logan, C. Car-
rigan, M. Montague, C. Burnham, J
Woodside, C. Leach, L. Braun, M
Kempe, M. Blake, M. Bell, S. Frinkle,
J. Mummery, C. Simpson, C. Vree-
Row 2: C. Cunningham, S. Nelson, S.
Bigby, M. Haab, M. Wheeler, B
Boehnke, L. Hague, P. Keller, O. Pur-
chase, P. Bosch, M. Gallagher, J. Pike,
L, Maurer, L. Sfaebler, M, Maier, J.
Gray, K. Wanty, B. Warner, L, Legal'
A CAPPELLA Ski, L. Winkelhaus, N. Lucas.
Row 3: W. Eaton, M Baily, L. Hough,
G. Eschelbach, D. Davis, B. Harju, G,
Williams, A, Navarro, B. Pohnert, G
Fitzgerald, J. Welch, J. Gardner, J,
Jeh, J. Lederer, J. Wilkins, L. Prak-
ken, J. Peterson.
Row 4: T. Kolokithas, L. Abbot, J
Waitz, L. Brown, P. Helber, B Pat
Terson, J. Fortney, A. Paul, J. Plichta
D. Burd, D Fisher, H. Kelly, D. Cole
man, J. Gilbreath, D. Howell, A Weid
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The A Cappella Choir, under the direction of Mr, John Merrill
began a year of fine performances when the choir sang at the META.
convention. Before Christmas, the choir sang in Christmas perform-
ances at Hill Auditorium, over WHRV, at the Christmas Assembly
and at several men's clubs. They were an enjoyable part of "Footlight
Scandals." They also presented "The Seven Last Words ot Christ," at
the Easter Assembly,
l J Betzer V Feggos K Szegda G Scott D
Vedder D Stwrm M Else N Roach G Gerow
S Leonord A Branson S Sheldon J Warren P
Leftrldge Mr Merrnll
J Lentz P Rodde B Preketes M Bates
Valentnne V Sctbar B Marshall P Spurhn L
Bash T Hontwork C Klem N Hotsch S Wagner
J Putts J Parkinson W Powell C Sinn
3 K Osborne J Vvarren M Netlly M Frollck
Sayer C Bnegel C Smuth C Adams N Parker
M Thrgpen M Mohler J Kazdo C Kerchoff S
Tucay Mr Merrrll
2 J Jedele C Beknares V Borsenuck M Vmmg
K Bomrs R Neff D Sager B Beck F Herbert
P Herbert P Anderson B Carpenter E Brooks
Wdfner J Wlnkelha Mies C C OS
Stockwell J Pet P MacDonald S Walz C
Conkey W Wand L Nel on S Klassen P Hughes
Lodrsh P Tooqo d I Wonthe M Ve er
IS' S Love K Anderson l-leukklnen
Mdckle J Morton G Matthews H Jackson J
er D Weuss M Schwartz J Woods
ROW 3 D Robbtns P Toogood M Hand B Ryan
Zahn D Lage P Radzvrclcas D Taylor J
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Bosch S Mynnung E Bolotmony B Smith
2 l Vntkrns A Agar D Andrews D Egos N
Polmeter J Runesmlth B Taylor B Roberts M
Egeler M Seeley B Shrgernosa B Hayes J
Larnberson J Hall S Cooper S Ellls M You g
3 M Moyer B Buster F Perry R Murphy S
Fredenck M Smnth N Frederlckson D Lonsberry
B Oliver C Notfsunger M Slnclolr B Dexter B
Todd D Turner A Wulloughby P Word S
Mornson P Pope N Seyfrred P Enans M Mad
M Merrl M Ant en S Bet: Douglas
P Pengelly S Schneuder K Kambas F Hurley
M Haven C Kaufman B Lovelace J Meyers
M Horrmgton B Regent M McCleery M
Mnchoel C Ladd M Hedlesmy L Felton L Koch
M Zull R Brazda M Pope J Nowak
Row I A Kaercher B Carpenter H Trapp J Morton Pegg-y
W R9dfY1Of' D FVSY P Anderson R M05eleY1 B Row 3 L Schoawernar B Peters J Dlrkse B Reese
L'Cl'lTY W Anderson C Lonsherry J Gulbreth C Ander
ROW 2 E MUVPPOY D DUVWIOD C Ffelds V T60Sd0l8 scn L Grant Waslmngton D Scott W Truce P
T Clemens R Offlcer J Stewart M Fowler G Zghner M Fowler
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Rowl P Glushyn D Metzner M Snnclalr P Haaw OW Z Repf3ChIer M Me, 5 L Gm A
J Nvvlof hom C Rahlf 5 Asgarzadah
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ROVIl C Llndblow, S Porter D DeMerrrI D Wenk T
80681 G Hunter, H Lambert T Kemnutz
RCW 2 M Flidwf C Cohen B Lennox G Perry W
Jones E Lwbler, B Tntuev D Brewer G Jackson L
Hayes G Wargdahl
Row 3 J Mulner L Rrchards R Dunham L brant
L Marshall R Calvert L Marshall A Moore D
Doscola J Richards
Row -1 Mrs Savery E Gebhardt T Barley P Arnn L
Caltrans B Peters F Wvllus J Gnlbr th
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BOYS LEADER CORPS
Row Brregel J Cross J Crowe B Bancroft Row 3 hulz e Luck J Wheeler B
Sager D Deborde Brrwkowskr J Mlller J Warren H Pofthoff
ow 2 x u n D Rowe Absent J Taylor S Stewart D HUTCLIIHS P Hosley
Schouwenean J Rceburn
SYNCHRONIZED SWIM CLUB
Row Mrs Gr ,Ich M Schwartz S Wagner M Gallagher M Lyons M Autken P Hoobler P
Boehnke J Hammer J Noehren Crawford
Row J Kazda M Seeley J Cushnng A Stru e Row B Lotte M Lofberg J QIHSIEY K Payne
Legatsku K Ryan J Moran C Klemach C Chase R Yourd L Woodworth L Larson, M
Row 3 K Anderson N Markham O Bolt M Blake Absent C Tnlford C Carrlgan P Males
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Row l: D. Junker, M. Purdy, S. Schumacher, J. Hert-
Hebbert, S. Wheeler, A. Jones, A. Freeman, D.
ler, S. Noffsinger, M. Hass, L. Thompson, S. Odell, Bfewefi
D, Blystone, L. Gale.
Row 2: J. Wesley, D. Danforter, L. Michelfelder, F.
"Bewitched, bothered, and bewildered"
Row 3: S. Hazen, M. Wasner, T. Huntwork, H. Perer,
With rolling drums and clashing
cymbals, the A,A.H.S. Band, under the
direction of Clarence Rath, spurred on
school spirit at the football games. A
select "pep" band played for home
March 22, fifteen soloists and en-
sembles from the band and orchestra
won first division ratings at the State
Solo and Ensemble Festival.
The annual Bands in Review was
presented on April l8 with William
D. Revelli as guest conductor The
profits will be used to defray expenses
for the band's trip to the National
Music Camp in August, During this
week, new members are taught and
old members practice the art of march-
ing for the coming season,
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R. Parker, P. Word, B. Bolgos, L. Judson, B. Hilber, E. von der Scholie, P. Pengelly, R. Edmonstow, D
C. Cohenk, K. Lundlfil, J. Millier, R. Phillips, T, Gillen,S. Roach.
Bailey, L. Rutledge, P. Lederle, K. Velker, P. Klinger, Row 4: L. Anderson, B. Boker, J. Chandler, L. Powrie
D. Sheer, H. Benford, G. Wesferfield, S. Smith.
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"More, more, more!" "And the bflnd Dl0Y9d on - - - H
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I C Pardon, M Blake, J. Kutcherwrrwader, P Cartwright, J Wagner,
K. May, J Douglas, S, Beck, A. Lwlya
21 M. Smuth, G. Goodmg, D Robbms, J. Hemel, L, Thompson, G
Kherw, J, Hertler, B Shade, A French, S. Roach, M. DcUev, D Foster,
.7 , Qiocipline,
Row 3: M. David, B. Roeber, P. Toogoad, M. Arnow T Roth N Enns Trombone-S P Rimtz B Wyrrton P Withey A Aster
L. Kleinschmidt, K. Peyton, P. Beltz, P, Smith, S Furstenau P Spring Bass Violins A Frisinger, C Dick
C. Schumacher, J. Gilleland, Drums D Behlig B Ha gf
Row 4: M. Atken, V. Von Voigtlander, C. Parr, B Roland S Hubbard Absent M Keniston D Allen D DGSCOIQ
"Those kids can really play" was often
spoken of the orchestra this year as they
performed successfully in event after
event. Under the direction of Clarence
Roth, the orchestra played at the pep
assembly in the fall, forthe MEA., at the
Christmas assembly, and at the Midwest-
ern Conference on January l l.
To add to their glory, thev also per-
formed with the band in the District and
the State Solo and Ensemble Festivals on
February 8 and March 22 respectively,
and at the Easter assembly on April 3.
Winding up the year in triumph, they
performed with the band and the choirs
in the annual Music Festival held this
year on May 7.
Clean up Fux up Pamt up
DRAMA WORKSHOP AND
Rowl Mr Dawson J Macllvame
M Kennston L Hague K Clark M
Lewus K Stoebler J Homes S Wned
emeyer D Vokovlch B Taylor R
Roach S Weeks D Vedder S Loroe
H Moore J Kohn J Fox
Row 2 Mr Schultz L Thomas B
Perrlne G Sfelner L Perry F Dans
J Flood N French J Dolfm L Dol
fm M Wheeler, S Brown, D Burt L.
Woodworth W Gfihdifdff B Preston
H Stewart P Haoblar D Anglll P
Row 3 E Kelly C Gutakmnat D
Warren J Richards P Favors, B
Koch. C Miller D Saunders A Lah
ti D Hausa! D lrvina,L.Andcnan
T Kally D Barsantaa D Wank D
cllffil, J QM. Stall S NDI'
man. T Lodlsh, J Gllligon D Hol-
Mirror mirror on the wall
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Ow 2 D Hart E Whlttlng ,l Wlllc ns T Troboft
K r Wu s Mr crx
DRAMA WORKSHOP AND STAGECRAFT
October l2 the dromo workshop presented
Best Foot Forword o modern comedy on
college lute ln on ossembly under the dlrectuon
of Mr Donold Schultz On the eyenrngs of
November l9 Zl the fnrst of the semi onnuol
ploys Gromercy Ghost wos presented The
sem: onnuol ploy tor second semester wos
presented Merch 27 29 ond wos o murder
mystery entitled Louro These were olso
under the durectuon of Mr Schultz
The stogecrott crew on oble co operotlve
group under the superylsuon of Mr Ronold
Dowson built the scenery tor oll productlons
dunng the yeor Eoch boy as reouured to hove
some knowledge ot corpentry ond electronics
They seemed to hove somethlng specuol
thus yeor busldnng very convuncung sets for
Louro Gromercv Ghost ond Footllght
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1953 WASHINGTON CLUB
T: A STrub1Q,Q Yohr, Mrs Strcnghf, Mr GQQLQ J NGN
2 P. Ingrcrv' N Ke?t,J Slmpscn A Spclnei M Kempe
S VVcgnQr J GZFXICP W NVCwd, D 'Jefzner A Frevwgh
3 J Gardner, L Woodv-.crm A V.d:r, J Wzocs S
Brown, S Ne-lwcn, NA Hosgl Lmfisax L Arcwc A Labor
-1 R FP: T Czrhcci-., P RTV-vw nn D LONCICTQ N' M5-
Kcnz1c,C Bus M Werner D 'Murphy
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peppy group of l77 seniors departed
from Ann Arbor Friday, April 4, at 6f3O a.rn.
for a memorable eight days in New York and
Washington. The club members earned their
money in various ways from selling malts to
parking cars. They ran the soda bor and sold
Christmas cards and wreaths, The girls also
sold football programs, cakes, and blue books
and they sold bakery goods at public funcf
tions. Boys parked cars for football games
and worked in the school checkroom,
Leaving Ann Arbor at 6:30 in the morning
the club arrived at Grand Central 9:00 that
evening. Saturday they took a boat tour
around Manhattan and attended "Don Gio-
vanni" and "The Bells Are Ringing," The re-
mainder of the trip was spent in Washington
and Virginia where they toured the Capitol
and visited Williamsburg.
One, two, three o'clock
This year's team was more than a
touchdown machine. lt was a group of
fine young men with spirit, poise, and
above oll, character, who worked to-
gether toward a common goal. lt was
composed of boys who could rise to a
situation in spite of adversities. This
was shown when the flu ridden Pio-
neers, with their backs to the prover-
biol wall and the 6A title riding on the
outcome, came from behind in the fin-
al rninutes of play to defeat the power-
ful Big Reds of Lansing Sexton, or when
they played through a blizzard with
Jackson in the final game of the sea-
son, These were boys who will go out
into the world better men for having
been a part of the fine group of coach-
es and players that are the Ann Arbor
High School Football team.
He's to the left, boys
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Row I: A. Luck, I., Young, E. Mannard, D. Sokstrup, D. Taylor, Row 3: C. Gill, T. Rnllddl. B. Wacker. J- P0ff9". K- Mi'eYf L
C. Cope, D. Irving. Moon, G. Shih. J - V ' '
Row 2: J. Williams, N. Vrotorie, L. Joseph, D. Rowe, D. Schnei- Row 4: B. HUB, J. HG00, R. Rosso, T. CGGSGV, B. MOCUUHGS, J
der, R, Kenect, D. Dennison, J. Ingebrigtsen. Tice, V. ,Q
Gone . .
mf, Ann Arbor welcomed Jerry Budzlk as Its
x new wrestlung coach thus season Coach Budzlk
attended college ln Bloom Townshup Chicago
Heaghts lllnnons and Oklahoma State Um
versuty at Stlllwater Budzlk received two let
ters an wrestllng was assistant football coach
and coached wrestllng at Sapulpa Oklahoma
The season was an unfortunate one for
the Ann Arbor Grapplers Ann Arbor ended
the Season with a 2 4 record But Ann Arbor S
most unhappy moment came durung the Kala
mazoo meet when Ploneer Claude Baker was
Ia, . forced to forfeut has match Bake was a fav
orlte for state champion
Row I J Kruse R Curry D Davus K Harwood J Otto E Scott S St Claur K Mlley B Tasch D Cluckey Mr Budzak
Kokales B Suits C Baker ow 3 ross R B Hao C Auken R Gessle
Row 2 L Young W Rechman B Henderson D Hornmg R Slmms W Trlce Mr Vsctor
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The story of the 1957 cross country
team was one of potentnal not qurte
achieved Led by co captains Make
Hmuker and Bruce Huscock the team
fnnushnng tutth nn the 6A League
nevertheless showed real posslbulutues
Coach Tum Ryan s runners harrled by
unlurues unelugubrlsty and sickness
ltor one meet eught key men were
ou got off to a slow start and
whsle making conslderable Improve
ment they never dnd get unto hugh
Next year s prospects are brughtened
by several returnung lettermen unclud
:ng co captauns elect Dave Flem ng
and Steve Lowe Odue Askew Art Car
penter and Klm DeKonnng
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ordination, the Ann Arbor High School
gymnastic team pushed on to victory
this year in a relatively new sport,
Coached by Howard Patthoff, the
squad placed high in the Detroit and
the AAU. meets. Captain John Buss,
along with many other team members,
saw their hard work rewarded as they
placed in many individual events such
as tumbling, parallel bars, trampoline,
and other feats of skill.
Other contests the boys entered were
a practice meet with Jackson and a
dual meet with lonia in April. ln addi-
tion to this, they attended a fall clinic
which was held in order to encourage
more boys to participate in gymnastics.
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co captanns Tom McMullen and Dave Slezak
had a good season thus year They wan every
dual meet and placed second In the 6 A and
State swnmmnng meets After the season was
fnnnshed the record board mn the pool was
almost completely re wrntten every record ex
cept the back stroke was broken Most of the
new records set were made by yunuors so next
year s team should be good
The team next year will lose the services
of Tom McMullen Dave Slezak Tom Carbeck
Keuth Peyton and Bull Gilbert all freestylers
Ted Norris and Jerry Gleason dnvers Pat
Patterson a back stroker and Bull Whnttung
a breast stroker
Tom McMullen was elected most valu
able swimmer and next year s co Captalns are
Steve Thrasher and Owen Kleunschmndt
Row l T Guldberg B Orr F Platt E Mannard C Muller K Row 3 B Markstone F Shelton J Snnclanr S Lnvnngston J
Greer R Fvffof D C0099 Enns B Clark O Klein chmldt S Thrasher J Grlffuth B
Row 2 B Galbert T Moms J Gleason B Whattlng D Slezak White E Shrppey B Peters
T McMullen P Patterson T Carbeck K Peyton Mr Cluf Row 4 J Chandler F Herbert B Harju R Gesler B Clem
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Row l: L. Fonville, A. Estes, D. Wills, G. Cobb, D. Row 3: J. Crow, D. Hortsook, D. Fischer, O. Askew,
Cebulski, W, Hqywqrd, J. Buss, D. Coleman, R. M. Leven, B. Haywood, G. Niffen, T, Evans, A.
Hodge, J, Tgfngr, Fischer, R. Ebaugh, D. Hamilton, B. Beck.
Row 2: Mr. Ryon, H. Williams, F. Hunt, S. Lowe, J. Row 4: T, Rowe, B. Pochet, W. Meyers, A. Kikut, B,
Murphy, J. Dixon, L. Moore, T. Johnson, D. Dieterle, Monohom, J. Torch, D. Taylor, J. Walker, B. Lennox,
B, Hoffmgygr, G. Krause, G Gay.
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"Looking for something?"
Ann Arbor's track chances for i958 are considerably
better than last year's, not because they can't get worse -
last year's team finished 6th in the 6-A - but because the
team is definitely improved. The team is strengthened by
such men as seniors John Buss, co-captain and pole vaulter,
hurdler and field man Garland Cobb, distance runner Don
Cebulski, and sprinter John Goetz. The other co-captain, all-
around Willie Haywood, who adds strength in many events,
is a junior, as are Steve Lowe, a distance man, high jumpers
Lovell Moore and Jim Dixon, hurdler Fred Hunt, and sprinter
Herb Williams. Coach Tim Ryan sums up the team's pros-
pects in these words: "l think we'll be in contention if we
don't lose any more key men through ineligibilityf'
Hill and gully runners.
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Jr., M, Hiniker, Capt. B. Hamel. B. Wyman, B. Haight, Mr, Wilson.
Coach Tom Wilson and Captain Bob Hamel had high
hopes for the net men of Ann Arbor High School. With the
aid ot the racqueteers behind them, "Scotty" and Bob made
plans to take top honors in the 6-A this year.
Four three-lettermen helped the team achieve their goal.
They are Chris Boys, Jen Yeh, Bob Hamel and Mike Hiniker.
Others on the team who also contributed to its success were,
Juniors Don Lage, Bob Haight, Bob Wyman and David Ack-Iey,
Sophomore Mike Peter, and Senior Ray Hoobler.
Best players in the singles division were Jen Yeh, Don
Lage, Bob Hamel and Bob Wyman.
Best players in the doubles division were: Chris Boys and
"Let's follow through."
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Again in the i957-58
season, Ann Arbor's Bas-
ketball team played the
role of underdog much of
the time, but there were
still plenty of loyal stu-
dents who were behind
the team, win or lose.
In trying to find "that"
combination, Coach Klum
used five different start-
ing line-ups made up of
Dick Adams, iWhit Chat-
man, Pete Danovich, Bud
Harvey, Lot Fonville, Dave
Smith, Mike Hiniker, Joe
Walker, and Captain Jack
Throughout this season
there were many exciting
games. One of the most
breath taking was the 50-
48 double - overtime vic-
tory over the"Maroon Gi-
ants of Kalamazoo. An-
other unforgetoble game
which the home crowd
loved was the 40-38 win
over old-rival Jackson.
All in all it was a satis-
factory season, much
cherished by members of
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Schenk, D, Sokstrup, D, Hardy, J. Potter.
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After walklng away with top honors last year
hugh expectatlons are held for thus year s golfers
Paul Clnfford who coaches the outstandung group
stated that thus year s squad shows plenty of depth
Returning to the ranks are four lettermen mclud
:ng Captam Paul Rentschler In 57 Pnoneer golfers
placed fnrst In the 6 A League fnrst In the state
and then went on to make a clean sweep of wan
nlng by placlng furst In the regnonal tournament
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Row l: J. Potter, H. Lansky, D. Rowe, J, Hiser, B. D. Bacon, F. Colvin.
Harvey, T. Milham D. Dennison, B. Orr, R. Knecht, Row 3: Mr. Palmer, T. Stetfe, D. Briegal, l, Sc
D. Fleming. D. Stongner, J. Erwin, S. DeWar, J. Patanelli
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Prospects look very good this year for Coach
Pete Palmer's diamond squad, as he has nine
returning lettermen on the i958 team. Captain
Gerald Williams also feels that this year the
Pioneers have an excellent chance of equalling,
if not bettering last year's record. Last year the
team won eight games out of the fourteen that
they played, placing in the 6-A conference.
With Captain Gerald Williams, Clint Castor,
Jack Erwin, John Douglas, Russell l-larvey, Jerry
Hearn, Tom Milham, Dave Smith, and Dan Stag-
ner as a nucleus, Coach Palmer plans to build a
Strong team that will do well in the 6-A race.
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P. Glushyn, M. Bunten, A. Coleman, B. Preketes, M. Wheeler,
J. Everhardus, C. Steinke, D. Thomas, S. Wild.
S. Bigby, C. Porter, S. l-larawalt, K, Ryan, P. Ratte,
M. Palmer, J. Zahn, D. Steeb, M. Menifee.
"Let's go Ann Arbor, let's go!" The l958 Cheer-
leaders, headed by Captain Mary Ann Bunton and
coached by Mrs. Nancy Grdjich, cheered Ann Arbor's
many athletic teams on to victory during the year.
They also had a large part in promoting team spirit
among the students and kept them aware of the
sporting events that took place.
The "Tramp Stamp," a hobo hop that took place
during March, was also sponsored by the Cheerleaders
and was a big success.
GAC EXECUTIVE BOARD
Row ll B, Blbehrllle M. Wheeler J. Gcrlxck, M. Blake. Row 2 L Mlqhelfelder M155 Harnex J Peet N Logon
SENIOR G A C
l: N. Logan, M. Blake, J. Garlick, Miss Harney, M
Wheeler, J. Peet, L. Michelfelder, B. Boehnke.
2: J. Fingerle, D. Metzner, J. Kurtz, A. Struble, B. Nichols
C. Calwell, J. Gainsley, M. Kempe, W. Powell, S Wagner
B. Warner, L. Legatski, D. Thomas, L. Slenger M, Bamen
A. Coleman, L. Maurer, M. Fralick, B. Hawkes, A. Vudor, C
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James Turner Presudent
Thomas McMullen Vuce presudent
SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD
Along wuth three years ot hard work vve
have many happy memorues to look back on
One man un partucular our class advusor Ben
Reed helped make many of these memorues
possuble Hts p esence around Ann Arbor Hugh
School wull be greatly mussed when he leaves
A hast of memorues were made before that
day un June when we all marched out onto
Hallway Fueld un our caps and gowns Thus
procedure was a furst un Ann Arbor Hugh
School s hustory
To refresh our memorues we are able to see
snaps of the senuor assembly prom and ban
quet The Executuve Board spent many hours
for extra meetungs and careful plannung mak
ung these events so memorable These and the
rest ot our storehouse of memorues made our
days at Ann Arbor Hugh School unvaluable
SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD
T McMullen M Bunten D Tomas
Row 2 P Wheeler L Wunkelhaus T Waltz P Seevers J Tunnun
D Cebulsku D Slezak R Patterson R Houghtalun Chuck
Scanuo B Hamel
Gwen Bennett Secretary
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Duane managed to successfully combine
study and sports, for he earned a letter
in JV baseball and served on Intramural
Managers, as well as making the honor
roll most of the time. Another one of
"Ack's" extracurricular interests is elec-
tronics. He will study business administra-
tion in college.
SHARON A. ALLEN
Sharon's favorite activity while at Ann
Arbor High was drama, and she could
often be seen back stage "fooling around",
Sharon also enioys skating and swimming.
She worked on the COT plan and will
probably continue to work after her grad-
"Everything is new, and it's wonderful,"
says Sammy who came from Persia last
year. Here, she was vice-president of the
Girls' League and she sings in A Cappella.
Her hobbies include music, art, and read-
ing. Next year Sammy plans ot attend the
SUSAN J. BAIRD
Sue was quite active during her high
school years. She served as Washington
club and Girls' League representative and
was secretary of her homeroom. Being
head of Rainbow Girls and DeMolay Chap-
ter Sweetheart also took much of her
vii-te. Sue plans to become a medical
JANE R. AGAR
'.'.'ho's Jane Agar? If someone is looking
ic' the girl with a pleasing personality and
a friendly "Hi" to everyone, it will be
Janey. She was the Red Cross representa-
tive for her homeroom and was a member
of the Washington Club. In her spare time
".laney" enioys playing piano and swim-
LEE S. ARCURE
There he goes! Cross Country kept him
running. The Executive Board and Wash-
ington club kept him busy, too. He was
on the honor roll and president and vice-
president of his homeroom and still found
time for hockey and golf, Next he's
headed for the U of M.
MARGARET M. BAKER
Margaret's two main interests while at
AAHS were music and sports. She was in
Cantando and participated in GAV volley-
ball and basketball. Margaret also served
her homeroom on the Assembly committee.
Interested in secretarial work, she plans
to attend Cleary Business Colelge.
GARY L. BARNES
Coming to AAHS front Roosevelt High
School in Ypsilanti in his senior year,
Gary kept himself busy with studies,
musicfclrama, and sports. Besides par-
ticipating in all phases of music he ,was
on the basketball team and in Junior
Achievement. Gary plans to attend the
U. of M.
MICHAEL E. BAILEY
Mike made use of his gift of an ex-
cellent voice by being in the A Cappella
choir for two years and in the Boys'
chorus for one. His consuming interest at
present is working on automobiles. Upon
graduation from AAHS, Mike plans to
attend Eastern Michigan College.
41-23-36 HIKE - Look out! Here he
comesl This, if people haven't guessed by
now, is the astounded offense of any of
AAHS's football opponents as they see this
,hulk of a man move towards them. In
addition, Claude was a star on the Wres-
tling team, receiving state honors.
EDWARD l. BARNARD
Athletics were a year-round interest for
Ed, football through high school, track in
the tenth grade, and JV baseball in the
eleventh. He was active as president of
his homeroom, on Intramural Managers'
and Library committees. His interests in-
clude his iob, house painting, hunting,
and boat racing.
LAURENCE G. BARNES
In his sophomore year, Jerry was on
JV football, for which he earned a letter
and in Boys' Chorus. Besides being on
Assembly committee and vice president of
the Rifle club, .lorry had other vawed in
terests-skin diving, hunting, and C5-5 Hg
works at Nic-lsen's Flower Shep
FRANCES K. BEKIARES
Strike! Well, if it isn't Fran, a member
cf the all-star bowling team. This sport-
minded girl was also a member of the
GAC hockey team. A member of the Girls'
Chorus, Fran served her homeroom as its
Student Council representative. Her future
plans include college.
MARILYN J. BELL
"Ding" or "Tinkerbelle" are Marilyix's
aliases. She was in many actives such as
Intramural Managers', Red Cross, and
library cornmitteez. She earned a band
letter, silver and gold pins, and best
camper's avard, Her hobby is the clarinet
'Ding' plans to enter the field of ed.:-
GWENDOLKN M, BENNETT
Even though "Tiny" was on honor roll
student, this didn't seem to interfere with
her other activities. She was Secretary of
the Senior class and worked as a secretary
at the Electric Service Company. "Tiny"
was vice-president of GAC and received
a GAC letter award.
DONALD R. BENZINGER
"Elvis" spends most of his time not
singing, not making movies, not making
girls screaml?l but bowling. He was on
the homeroom bowling team and bowls
as an outside hobby. He is employed at
the Ann Arbor News, and after graduation
he plans to work.
ELEANOR R. BELL
Secretarial work is right down Ellie's
alley for she was secretary of her home-
room and did office work for the Pittsheld
Public Schools. Skating and miniature golf
occupy some of her free time. She went
to Washington with the club. Future plans
include marriage and working.
PHILIP R. BELTZ
'Jlusic in the form of Orchestra, and
Maching Band was Phil's forte. He was
also on the Intramural Managers' commit-
tee. Phil's sophomore and iunior years
were spent at Port Clinton High School.
where he was on Student Council, in the
Junior Class Play, and on the Debate
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Splash! Another big fish iust got hooked
-with Roger's bait. Roger, who spends
his spare time working at the Commission
of Professional and Hospital Activities Inc.,
enioys hunting and fishing. He also par-
ticipated in Cross Country. The Air Force
will be seeing a lot of Roger.
DENE R. BILETI
Clink, clink! The sound of coins was
a familiar one to Dene, as she collected
money for the Red Cross committee and
was also treasurer of her homeroom. She
was on the Assembly committee and the
Omega business statt. Dene's favorite sport
is ice skating.
STEPHEN T. BENNETT
"Steve", as he is called by his friends.
didn't let the fact that he was an honor
roll student interfere with his activities at
AAHS. He served his homeroom on Stu-
dent Council of which he was chairman
of the Student Directory Committee. He
was a member of the Tri-Hi Council and
went to Wolverine Boys' State.
KITTY J. BERRY
Band, Executive committee, and Girls'
League had Kitty working hard at AAHS.
She came to Ann Arbor from Brighton
last year and is now working as waitress
at the Union. Kitty hopes to attend college
after graduation from high school, and
Stevens is her choice.
JUDY A. BETZER
Judy . . . a native westerner, came tc
AAHS from Denver, Colorado. Here she
demonstrated her note-taking ability being
secretary for both her homeroom and
Audio-Visual. Besides writing minutes, she
sang in Cantando. True to her home state,
Judy is going to Colorado College.
MARY E. BLAYE
Tu-3 GAC ottice was Mary's most fre-
quent hangout at AAHS, for she was point
secretary for the GAC as well as earning
her large and small letters. Intramural
Managers and Assembly committee also
took much of her time, in addition to her
hobbies, swimming and music.
CHARLES E. BOND
Basketball is the big love of Chuck's
life. At his old school, Gailor, he helped
his team win the district championship.
At AAHS, he was a member of the Audio-
Visual Aids committee. He collects records
for a hobby. Chuck is planning a career
JOAN C. BLAND
ln between school and her many outside
activities, Joan enioys her favorite hobbies.
which are swimming and horses. Her main
school activity was singing in the Girls'
Chorus. Joan's future plans center around
a small college. She is presently employed
at the Michigan Union.
FREDERICK L. BOERSMA
Ted, an honor student, was Student
Council representative, vice-president, and
Assembly committee representative for his
homeroom. The Orchestra, Omega, and
Debate team were outlets for Ted's talents.
He was also a representative to the Mich-
igan Model UN. His future plans include
college in the East.
MARGARET E. BOSCH V
' Coming to AAHS from Indianapolis and ', V
Kalamazoo Central, Peggy was engaged
in many school activities. She was inter- I 6 0
ested in dramatics and singing. At AAHS ,
she was a member of GAC, Omega staff, W '35 y
and Washington club. An honor roll stu-
,dent, she would like to attend college. '-
CHRISTOPHER L. BOYS
A letter, pin, and cup are only three
symbols of Chris's participation in his
favorite sport, tennis. Employed at Uni-
versity Drug, Chris also found time to be
on the Omega staff, swimming and cross
country teams. ln addition to all this, he
served as homeroom "veep" and chairman
of the Washington club's football program
GEORGE R. BRAYI.
Swish! The sound of a ball going
through a net! George played on both the
JV and Varsity Basketball teams. He also
served as Student Council representative
and secretary of his homeroom. George
worked after school, and his future plans
.IUDIIH K. BODINE
The epitome of activity, that's iudy!
She is sure to be there, whether the
occasion is a dance, a horseback ride, a
swim, or a round of eighteen holes. She
likes all kinds of active sports. Judy plans
to attend Cleary College in Ypsilanti.
BONNITHE J. BOEHNKE
Bonnie actively participated in sports
and student government while in high
school. She served her homeroom as pres-
ident and Student Council representative
and was a member of the Synchronized
Swimming clu, and GAC as well as A
Cappella. Golf, and music are her hobbies.
KAY .l. BORDINE
Busy Kay represented her homeroom as
Student Council alternate and served two
semesters on the Assembly committee.
Junior Executive Board took up some of
Kay's time as well as Mixed Ensemble.
Because she loves that combination of
beauty and brains, Kay will go to Eastern
College Beauty School.
Singing is one of Marys foremost in-
terests. as she was a member of Girls'
Chorus and then of Cantando for two
semesters, Outside of school, Marys hob-
bies include horseback riding and roller
skating, She ended her senior year as
president of her homeroom.
BONNIE L. BRADLEY
Bonnie, who was an honor student,
plans to go to the U of M. She was on
Student Council, Omega Editorial staff and
Junior Executive Board. Being vice-pres-
ident and secretary of her homeroom, and
in Junior Achievement and GAC also
helped keep her busy.
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Dale was on the Cross Country team
and in the Male Chorus, besides being
president of his homeroom and working
at Seyfried Jewelers - a varied list of
activities to keep him busy! He is inter-
ested in electronics and Hi-Fi equipment.
College is in Dale's future.
NANCY L. BRISTOL
Before coming to AAHS in her senior
year from Rantcal High School, Nancy
participated in many activities such as the
junior play, the Rantoal yearbook and
GAC. Upon arriving at AAHS, she was
promptly elected to represent her home-
room on Red Cross committee.
LARRY I. BROWN
Liberace the second? Possibly-anyhow
playing the piano is one of Larry's favorite
diversions. Another is working on cars.
Music seems to be l.arry's fore for he was
also in Male Ensemble. His main extra-
curricular activity was serving on Presi-
dents' committee. Larry plans to attend
SUSAN C. BROWN
Brown-eyed Susan came to AAHS from
Mt. Gallitzen Academy in Pittsburgh. In
her homeroom, she was the Washington
club and Girls' League representative. She
did student teaching in swimming classes
and spent her summers counseling in a
camp in New York.
MARGARET L. BURK
Football! Yes! Football, tennis, water-
skiing, basketball and swimming are some
of the activities Margaret enjoys. Before
coming to AAHS, she attended Graverett
High School, and alter graduation she
plans to go to college. Margaret is now
employed at Greene Cleaners here in Ann
E. PAUL BREON
Paul was a behind-the-scenes worker at
AAHS. As manager of the football team,
he was one of the sideline supervisors so
necessary to the Pioneers' success. He
helped plan the Washington club trip as
his homeroom's representative. Paul plans
to attend Eastern Michigan College.
"T" participated in wrestling, Mixed
Ensemble, and Male Chorus. He also enioys
W7 ' .5 fishing, skiing, hunting, and camping. Tom
.1 3 1 came to Ann Arbor from Missoula County
,..,, I High School in Missoula, Montana, and he
plans to return to attend Montana State
College after he graduates.
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MARY A. BUNTON
Pert and lively-these words aptly de-
scribe Mary Ann. These qualities helped
her as co-captain of the cheerleaders, as
a member of Student Council and the Sen-
ior Executive Board. Her enthusiasm: also
included music and found an outlet in
Voice and Ensemble.
P. DIANE BURT
Enthusiastic about many activities, Diane
served as Secretary of the Assembly com-
mittee, Busines Manager of the Optimist
as well as a Hostess. She participated in
girls' alter-school sports and Drama Work-
shop also took up much of her time
Diane works at the Michigan Union.
BRIAN R. BREWER
Brian, when he wasn't busy bowling
or working with cars, served as the vice-
president and president of his homeroom,
representative to the Intramural Managers'
committee and a member of the Boys'
Leader Corps. He was also an office
runner. Brian has no future definite plans.
DON F. BRIEGEL
Don went all out for sports during high
school. He played basketball and picked
up a letter in wrestling. Intramural sports
in which he participated included bowling.
basketball, volleyball, softball, and wres-
tling. After graduation he plans to go into
the service or to settle down at a iob,
BRUCE E. BROWN
The team could always depend on Bruce
during the two years he went out for
baseball. Besides this sport, he was also
an expert hunter and fisherman. As soon
as he has graduated from AAHS, Bruce
plans to beccme an apprentice carpenter
C. WAYNE BROWN
Zooml There goes "Ceo" in his '56
Chevie. ln addition to working on his car,
Wayne enioyed hunting, fishing and water
skiing. He served his homeroom as presi-
dent and vice president and played foot-
ball for two years. The service, then col-
lege, are Cec's plans.
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JOHN F. BUSS
Coordination was John's big asset. This
was shown by his agility as a gymnast
and his great help on the track squad as
a pole vaulter. John was also known for
his warm and friendly personality. He
includes the U of M among his future
DORIS E. CAMP
Doris planned a trip to Washington with
the AAHS Washington club, of course!
She worked hard for the trip, but still
found time to enioy her best-likes hobbies,
Two of her favorites are swmming and
skating. Doris wants to attend a nursing
school after graduation.
CONSTANCE J. CARRIGAN
Connie was certainly "in the swim" of
things at AAHS. Besides teaching swim-
ming and being a member of synchronized
swimming, she managed to find time for
Student Council, A Cappella, Executive
Board, and homeroom secretary. Connie
also enioyed horseback riding and water
CAREN K. CLAGUE
Many people knew Caren, because she
was in so many different activities during
her three years at high school. Music was
her special favorite, as she participated in
both Girls' Chorus and Mixed Ensemble.
Her crystal ball sees Eastern Michigan
College in Caren's future.
JANET C. BYERS
Being employed by the Pittsfield Public
Schools during her senior year, along with
her hobbies and actiivties, kept Jan very
busy. She enioys skating and horseback
riding, and in school she participated in
Drama Workshop and was on the Red
THOMAS D. CARBECK
Tom participated in many of AAHS's
activities. He earned letters in Band and
swimming, and he also belonged to the
Washington club. He was a member of the
Sophomore Executive Board. Tom's hobby
is radio, and he is employed at Gill
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Everyone has seen Gar on the football
field, as he worked hard at the sport and
won a letter for his prowess. Sportsminded,
he enioyed track too. Gar was also presi-
dent of his homeroom. While in high
school, he started a bricklaying apprentice-
ship which he intends to continue.
RICHARD A. COLEMAN
"Poncho" is the man who won a letter
in track for his shot putting ability. His
athletc endeavors were well-rounded for
he also played JV football. He sang with
th A Cappella choir his senior year and
plans to go into the service upon gradua-
DONALD R. CEBULSKI
Don appears to be athletically inclined
according to his record. He participated
in cross country and track, receiving letters
in both of these sports. Don must have
proved to be a good homeroom president,
for he served three terms. He would like
to enter the U of M.
NANCY S. CLAGUE
On the affirmative or negative, Nancy
so impressed her fellow debaters that she
was named dean of the squad this year.
ln addition, she took part in student
government as a member of Student
Council and the Class Executive Board.
Plans for Nancy include college.
ANNE M. COLEMAN
To say the least, Anne was a very busy
gal in AAHS. When our teams were in a
tight spot, Anne was there with the cheer-
leaders to cheer them on to victory. She
represented her class in the Junior Execu-
tive Board and on the Student Council in
which she was co-chairman of the pep
committee. ln her senior year Anne was
business manager of the Omega. After
graduation she plans to attend college.
MARY l. COlEMAN
Mary, who for her sophomore and junior
years attended East Troy High in Wiscon-
sin, was elected secretary o fher home-
room after being here only six days. Her
many hobbies include reading, writing
letters, and collecting records. Business
School and mariage are included in Lee's
CAROL J. COLWELL
"Butch", sometimes known as Carol,
was homeroom secretary, a hostess, 5
member of GAC and also a member of
the Student Council. Most of the time,
Carol was on the honor roll. She espe'
cially enioys ice skating and art. Carol
hopes to attend trte U of M.
JOHN 0, CONKLIN
Money! To most of us the tingle of
money is a very welcome sound, but to
.lack it was familiar as part of his hobby
of coin collecting. Coming to AAHS iron'
St. Thomas, Jack also counts hunting acd
fshing among his hobbies.
LLOYD R. CRABTREE
Lloyd's interests and hobbies all seem
to point toward a single goal-his future
career as an aeronautical engineer. He
enioys science and mechanics, and in his
spare time likes to work on model planes
and cars. Lloyd plans to study at the U
ELIZABETH A. CRITTENDEN
Betty Ann was very busy throughout
her stay at AAHS, for she represented her
homeroom on the Red Cross and Assembly
committees, plus being vice-president of
her homeroom. She was a member of the
orchestra and received a letter for it.
Betty was also a messenger.
CAROL A, CONKEY
Carol was active in many phases of
high school life. She took part in the Stu-
dent Council, Assembly committee, Can'
tando, and various Girls' League affairs
Carol also held the office of vicevpresident
in her Methodist Youth Fellowship group
She plans to be a cosmetologist.
CLYDE H. CONNELL
Accompanied by whistle blasts and the
roll of drums, Clyde was an easy tigure
to recognize in his white uniform putting
the marching band through its paces. He
was vice-president of the band, as well
as drum major, and received a band letter.
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Parliamentary procedure was familiar
to Dan as he served the class as vice-
president in his sophomore year, and was
a member of the Student Council. He
worked at the University Drug Store but
still found time for athletics. The crystal
ball sees the U of M ahead.
ROY L. CURRY
Wrestling, track and baseball interested
Roy, and he participated in all of their.
as t.me would permit. Roy plans to con
tinue his education, although he is not
sure iust where at the present time He is
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PATRICIA K. CRAWFORD
Pat was one who loved the great out-
doors. Her hobbies include skiing, skating,
swimming, and riding. She even carried
this interest into her summer iob, where
she taught swimming for the Girl Scouts.
Pat helped her homeroom to claim the
volleyball and bowling championship, also.
LINDA C. CULP
Linda was very interested in Junior
Achievement, and in her iunior year was
elected vice-president of her company.
She works as a secretary at Kasurin 8
Kasurin-S. R. Bragg Architects. Her favorite
hobbies are roller skating and collecting
records. Linda also enioys traveling.
CAROL F. CUNNINGHAM
A few of Carol's many interests here
at school were singing in the Cantando
Choir for two years, representing C'llO
in Washington club, taking part in girls'
intramural sports, and working on the
COT program in her senior year. Carol says
her futcrc Q1.i,des Cill"l?l' college cr a
MARY M. DALLEY
Melinda was active in her homeroom,
being their representative to the Library
Committee and the Student Council. She
also participated in the AAHS Band and
Orchcsva. One of the scholastically better
students in addition to her other actrivties,
me plans to enter Oberlin College in Ohio
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JOLENE D. DENNIS
"JoJo" was a Girls' League representa-
tive for her homeroom, C-203. She worked
in the attendance office for a year and
was a member of GAC. Her favorite sports
are swimming and horseback riding in the
summer, and ice skating in the winter.
"JoJo" plans to attend college.
LAWRENCE W. DQWOLF
Every boy has a favorite sport or hobby,
and Larry's is football in both cases. Much
of his remaining time was taken up with
school, but Larry also worked at Carter's
Dog Food Company at South Lyon. The
Army is his choice for the future.
JACK W. DIRKSE
Say, here comes the ball! Whether it was
a football, a softball, or a bowling ball,
Jack was around in intramural sports. In
his spare time he was employed at the
Kroger store. His future plans are quite
undecided at the present time.
ALLEN D. DOADES
Allen may be seen peering around piles
of groccrrs at certain hours, for between
school and his favorite sport, basketball,
he Ends time to hold down a iob at
Kroger's. Alien plans to ioin the service
or continue working after graduation.
Good luck, Allen
WALTER l. DAMM
An expert marksman, Walter has quite
a few trophies he can show from his many
hunting and trapping expeditions. Walter
can remember many a breathless moment
as he lined up his prey in his gun sight.
fit present he is an active employee at
JERRY V. DAY
The best place to look for Jerry was
under the hood of his car If he was not
there, he was undoubtedly under the car,
for Jerry liked nothing better than tinker-
ing with the mechanisms of science. His
future plans revolve around the service of
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RUTH A. DITTMER
Books, books, books! Ruth served her
homeroom as its Library committee repre-
sentative for three years. She includes
horseback riding and roller skating as her
best liked hobbies. Her theme song after
graduation may be "Anchors Aweigh", for
she is considering ioining the Waves.
JOAN E. DOLFIN
Joan's ability in speech and drama made
her a girl who could really move an
audience. She was on the debate squad
where she won honors and had the lead
in two school plays. Other honors included
being a delegate to Girls' Nation and serv-
ing as a Hostess.
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Pete, one of AAHS's star basketball
players, came here from Ecorse High
School where he was an honor roll stu-
dent. There, he also served as a Student
Council member, received football, basket-
ball and baseball awards and was a choir
member. Pete plans to become a chemical
THOMAS M. DEASY
Although Tom was here only a short
time, his activities inculded being an Intra-
mural Manager and planning school assem-
blies on the Assembly committee. His hob-
bies are cars and model aircraft. He was
employed by Daniel's Jewelry and plans
to go on to college.
JO ANNE DeWOlF
Jo Anne was an active music participant
and was in both Cantando and Girls'
Chorus. Her other activities included Li-
brary committee and Red Cross committee.
.lo Anne worked for the high school dur-
ing her stay here.
ROBERT L. DIMOND
Rob, an honor student, was a hnalist in
the National Merit Scholarship competi-
tion. He was Vice-President and Junio'
Class Executive Board representative for
his homeroom. Rob was a member of the
golf team for three years. He plans tc
attend Cornell University upon gradua-
WARREN C. EATON
Warren was a leader in the sports Held.
An Intramural Manager, he also won hon'
ors in the Leader Corps. His homeroom
thought enough to elect him its president.
He worked on COT and spent his spare
time with hobbies such as airplanes, guns,
GLENN R. ESCHELBACH
Glenn's activities were varied and inter-
esting. He lived on a farm which takes up
much of his time. However, this did not
prevent him from earning a silver pin A
Cappella award, serving his homeroom as
Washington club and Intramural Managers'
representative, and playing the accordion.
JAMES G. EUBANK
Jim developed his prowess during high
school by participating in intramural foot-
ball. Junior Achievement and tinkering
with cars claimed much of his free time.
During his sophomore and iunior years,
he worked at Metzgers' Restaurant. Col-
lege is Jim's goal after graduation.
STUART B, EVERETT
Stu was chosen to represent AAHS at
Boys' State in East Lansing the summer
of his ,umor yr-ar. He served his home
room as Washington Club representative,
in addition to playing in the band and
participating in gymnastics. Stu plans to
enter llti' School of Engineering at the
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JOHN l. DOUGlASS
A real sports enthusiast, John earned a
letter in baseball as well as enioying
sports out of school. In addition, John
served his homeroom on lntramural Man-
agers Committee this year, and on Assem-
bly Committee in his iunior year.
WlLllAM G. EARLE
Bill was really active at AAH5. He par-
ticipated on the JV basketball and football
teams, winning honors for his work. The
honor roll included Bill's name. He was
elected to Student Council and also was
a representative to the Washington club.
Kay not only served her homeroom as
vice'president but was active in her church
youth group. Her favorite hobbies are
sports, and she especially enjoys ice skat-
ing and swimming. College is in Kay's
future, although she doesn't yet know
JANET M. EVERHARDUS
"Fight! Fight! Fight!" Janet's smile was
always evident as a cheerleader, and as
a member of the homecoming court all
three years. An honor student, she won
a national essay contest. Janet was active
in GAC and in the Synchronized Swimming
club and was a Hostess. She plans to
RICHARD E. DRAPER
Homerunl There goes Dick, a former
Tappanite, running around the bases. He
was very active in sports and played base-
ball and football. He held the office of
homeroom president, and was on the
Junior Class Executive Board. Dick plans
to attend a commercial art school after
JOSEPH F. EISELE
Although Joe came to AAHS in his
iunior year, he still managed to take part
in school affairs. He served his homeroom
on Intramural Managers' committee. Joe's
main hobby is cars, but he also likes ice
skating and hockey. He plans to join the
navy after graduation.
JACK D. ERWIN
As basketball captain Jack made many
friends. Not only talented in one sport.
.lack also won a letter for his ability in
baseball, Fortunately his hobby of eating
didn't affect him at all. Jack, well nick-
named "Rail", promises to be an asset
to any college he chooses.
ALAN H. ESTES
"Good evening fellow music lovers!"
Al played in both the band and orchestra.
Years of playing the tuba built up his
wind enough and he did very well for
himself with the Cross Country boys. ine
Eastman School ot Music will be tne next
big thing in his life.
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ROBERT H. FARRAR
Bob's impressive list of activities while
at AAHS included being on the Sophomore
Executive Board, Assembly commtitee,
Male Chorus, Orchestra and Band, in
which he won a letter. He also went to
Boy's State in Lansing this past year.
Sports for Bob included intramural bowling
and cross country. His future holds college.
THOMAS P. FETTER5
Tom was especially active in sports at
AAHS. He played football and baseball
and was a representative to Intramural
Managers', as well. Tom was also the
president of his homeroom. To top all
this, he made the honor roll most of the
GERALD D. FINKBEINER
Handling money was one of Jerry's main
undertakings, for he worked at Ann Arbor
Federal Savings and Loan Association dur-
ing his three years at high school. In his
spare time he enioyed working with cars.
After graduation Jerry plans to attend the
University of Michigan.
GARY E. FITZGERALD
Music held the key to Fritz's activities,
for after coming from Tappan he sang in
the mixed ensemble, male chorus, and
A Cappella Choir. A good deal of Fritz's
spare time was spent working at his
hobby, photography. He plans to join the
JANET L. FERGUSON
Janet was a busy gal while at AAHS.
Representing her homeroom in Intramural
Managers' and Girls' League, she also was
active in drama workshop and GAC. For
her skill in typing "Froggy" won a typing
award. In her spare time Janet listens
to popular music and collects records.
Janet's future plans include college.
JUDY A. FINGERLE
Pretty, perky Judy was forever active
at AAHS. Pen and pencil were often in her
hand, being secretary of Student Council,
Hostess committee and her sophomore,
iunior and senior class. Judy reigned on
the Queen's Courtt. Being on the Optimist
and Omega staffs were among more of
her many school activities.
.iuov A. riowsizs
"Little Tiger"? That's Judy! ln addition
to acquiring original nicknames, Judy en-
ioys other hobbies of swimming, ice skat-
ing, and roller skating. She is preesntly
employed at Fred Burton's Abstract Com-
pany. After graduation Judy plans to
attend college, although she is still un-
decided as to which one.
LOT L. FONVILLE
planes and fishing.
Lot's the fellow with lots of athletic
ability-he demonstrated this in basketball,
football, and track. He received letters in
each for his fine efforts. He was president
of his homeroom and was in the i958
Washington club. His hobbies are model
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DOUGLAS C. FISHER
Doug's long list of varied activities in-
cluded A Cappella, where he served as
vice-president and received his silver pin,
Student Council, and track, in which he
earned a letter and a JV shield. He served
his homeroom as vice-president, as well
as on the Executive Board and Intramural
EMMA J. FLETCHER
"Jean", who came to AAHS from
Lawrenceville, Virginia, made many friends
upon her arrival. She represented her
homeroom on the Girls' League and on
the Intramural Managers' committee. Her
big interests are softball and listening to
records. She plans to work in Baltimore
in the future.
MARJEAN R. FOLTS
Acting and singing interested Mariean,
so naturally she ioined the chorus and
Drama Workshop and had a part in "Best
Foot Forward." She enioyed sports which
included GAC, softball and basketball
games, horseback riding and bowling. Mar-
fean intends to go on to college after
MARILYN G. FOREST
Sports are "Minnie's" hobby, she is a
golfer and an ice skater. At AAHS she
was on the COT program and was presi-
dent of her homeroom. Modeling school
is Minnie's goal after graduation. At
present, she is doing general office work
at the Hospital Activities Center.
DAVID W. FOSTER
Musically minded, Dave was a member
of the band. He represented his homeroom
on the Intramural Managers' committee.
Among the awards Dave received were a
letter and pin for his achievements in the
orchestra and a certificate from the Boys'
Leader Corps. Dave plans ot enter the
JUDITH A, FOX
Much of Judy's leisure time at AAHS
was spent working on the Optimist. She
was also a member of Girls' Chorus and
Drama Workshop. Along with these activ-
ities, Judy finds time for swimming and
reading. She plans to join the women's
branch of the Navy.
MARTHA JANE FRALICK
Martha's soprano voice was often heard
in solo parts as a member of Cantando
for three years. She was both president
and vice-president of this group as well
as serving her homeroom on Executive
Board for three years. Martha spent much
time skating both summer and winter.
Her future plans include college.
JOSEPH V. FRAPPIER
Joe, who came to AAHS from George
Washington High School in Los Angeles,
was an important personality on the Stu-
dent Council, where he held forth both as
Parliamentarian and Sergeant-at-Arms. His
main hobbies are sports and radio. Joe
plans to attend law school.
GARY F. FOSTER
Gary was busy with music during much
of his high school career, He was in both
the marching band, and concert band, and
he won a letter. Gary also enjoys cars
and swimming. He works at the A. 8. P.
food market, and is planning to ioin the
Navy after graduation.
Cherry blossoms and warm tempera-
tures! Dick was one of the lucky ones to
go to Washington this spring. His name
consistently appeared on the honor roll,
but he still found time for Male Chorus
and to enioy sports. Dick is considering
attending the U of M.
ATOSSA N. FRENCH
"Toppy's" main interest was music,
though she was also in GAC and her
homeroom's representative to the Red
Cross committee. She played in both the
orchestra and Band, where she received
a letter and a pin. "Toppy" plans to
attend thc Oberlin Conservatory of Music
RALPH N. FREY
Mechanical pursuits seem to hold the
key to Ralph's activities at AAHS, because
he enioys working on cars and was on
the COT program as an employee of the
Instrument Company. He also enioyed
scouting. The future for Ralph includes
working as a draftsman.
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Pershing was the high school attended
by Carole before she transferred in the
middle of her junior year. Her hobbies
are swimming, skating, horseback riding,
and water skiing. Carole works at the
Michigan Union and plans to attend beauty
school after graduation.
ARTHUR H. FRENCH
Art had interests in many fields while
attending FAHS. Cross Country took up
its-xzlt of his fime as did Omega Business
Staff. Art served his homeroom on Red
Cross committee, too. Hunting season was
always welcomed by Art, since hunting
is his favorite hobby.
NANCY K. FRENCH
Voila the cause of it all, the Editor of
the Omega, Nancy French. On considering
all the things she did while here, one
wonders how she had time for the Omega
She was Student Council representative
two semtsers, a GAC member, in Drama
Workshop and in Girls' League.
JUDY A. GAINSLEY
Books? Judy was constantly around
them as a member of the Library com-
mittee. Judy was also known as a singer.
for she participated in the Voice and
Ensemble. She enioyed horseback riding
in her spare time and has her own horse,
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JAMES L. GERAGHTY
Rough, tough and ready to go! That's
ol' Jim who was a big, bad member of
the football team. However his exploits
along the romantic lines were no mean
accomplishments in themselves. Jim will
lea.-e AAHS "Abientot, ma chere."
INA M. GEHRINGER
Always friendly and smiling, lna greeted
people at the clinic door, for she assisted
the nurse there in her free hours. She was
also in the Future Nurses' club. In her
homeroom she held the position of Student
Council representative and homeroom sec-
JAMES MITCHELL GIBSON
I-2-3 pinnedl Jim showed lots of
stamina as a member of the wrestling
squad. Going in for rugged sports, Jim
was also out for Cross Country. Known
for his drawl and southern friendliness,
Jim plans to work and serve his country
in the Armed Forces.
WILLIAM E. GILBERT
Bill was very active in the music de-
partment during his three years at AAHS.
He was in both the marching band and
regular band. His hobbies are custom cars
and swimming. Bill is presently employed
at Crandell's Drug Store. He plans to go
into the Navy.
MARY A. GALLAGHER
"Mary Al" is a newcomer to AAHS this
year as she attended Steubenville High
prior to this time. Here she was secretary
of her homeroom, a member of the Syn-
chronized Swimming club, and of the
Omega Staff. Her future plans include
JUDITH A. GARLICK
Activities? Manyl Judy had numerous
responsibilities during her years at AAHS.
She was president of GAC, member of
A Cappella, of the Presidents' committee,
anl also held an office in Girls' League.
Judy was well known for her active work
in Girl Scouts.
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JAMES M. GIBSON
Money, Money, Money! That's what Jim
is interested in since he is an avid coin
collector. Coins aren't his only interest
for he was also on the Cross Country
and Wrestling teams. "Anchors Away" will
soon be Jim's favorite song for he intends
to join the Navy.
As a majorette, Carol was tops. You
can see why twirling, as well as tennis
and swimming, is her hobby. The Future
Teachers' Association also included Carol
as a member of which she is treasurer.
She's working at the Stop and Shop and
plans to attend Western Michigan College
JOHN W. GARDNER
John worked in COT and participated
in the A Cappella Choir for two years.
During thi stime he placed second in a
Lansing vocal music contest. Also in the
musical vein, John studies organ. By the
way, he's a good cook too!
JANET M. GATSKA
Janet's homeroom would have been lost
without her as she served them as Secre-
tary, vice-president, Student Council al-
ternate and Intramural Managers' repre-
sentative. She is also interested in sports
and was active in GAC. She plans to attend
college after AAHS.
EDWARD W. GEBHARDT
Lights! Rollem! As a member of the
audio-visual committee, these were familiar
terms to Ed. He is also a numismatist, but
don't run away-it means coin collector.
Ed was on the honor roll most of the
time. He worked at the Salem Lutheran
Eilene centered her interests around
music as a member of the Girls' Chorus.
Outside of school, Eilene enioyed ice
skating as a pastime. Career-wise, she
wants to help others either as a nurse
or as an airline hostess. This year she
worked at Benz Insurance.
JAMES W. GOFORTH
Jim, being interested in sports, not only
played intramural softball and represented
his homeroom as a member of the Intra-
mural Managers' committee but partici-
pated in AAHS baseball and wrestling
squads. Working with cars is another of
his many interests.
RICHARD V. GRAF
Dick was one of those hard working
football players all three of his high
school years. In his homeroom he held
both the office of president and vice-
president, but he also served it by being
a member of their bowling and volleyball
JOAN D. GRAY
Joan, coming from Menominee High in
the "wilds" of Wisconsin, was a new-
comer at AAHS this year. Here, Joan was
a member of A Cappella, and her interests
centered around swimming and sailing
After high school Joan plans to attend a
beautician school in Milwaukee.
"Uncle Sam" will be seeing "Skid"
after graduation as he plans to join the
Marines. He came to AAHS from Tappan.
He was an Intramural Manager two times
while here, and spends his spare time
hunting, bowling, golfing, swimming, and
You name it! Jerry has clone it! Jerry,
an honor student, was a National Merit
Scholarship t7nalist, a delegate to Boys'
State, an Optimist staff member, He was
also a Band gold award winner, a diver.
a gymnast, and a two-time state champ
on the high bar.
JOHN H. GOETZ
Sports occupied much of John's time at
AAHS as he went out for football, basket-
ball, baseball, and track. Also taking part
in student affairs, he held the office of
president of his homeroom. After gradua-
tion he wants to go to college, perhaps
LYNN A. GRIFFITHS
Wherever people find cars or engines
they find Lynn, for tinkering with cars is
his hobby. Lynn was manager of the foot-
ball team in his first year at AAHS, and
he was on his homeroom bowling team.
Future plans for him include ioining the
ROBERT F. GUENTHER
lf Bob wasn't spending his time earning
letters in baseball, cross country, or Intra-
mural football, he was holding offices
such as homeroom president, assembly
committee representative, and Intramural
manager. Bob has many hobbies such as
hunting, ice hockey, fishing, and boating.
Students saw Pat many times cheering
the teams on to victory, for she was both
a JV and varsity cheerleader. Pat also
spent much of her time with the Hostess
committee. She was on the Student Council
and served as president and secretary of
JUDITH M. GOETZE
Mixed ensemble, voice, GAC, Assembly
committee, Girls' League representative,
COT, Washington clubl Among these
activities, Judy was certainly a busy girl
at AAHS. She also earned honor roll
grades, served as vice-president of her
homeroom, and worked in the general
.IEANETTE B. GOODING
While at AAHS, Jeanette played the
violin in the orchestra. She also was an
Intramural manager and on the Library
committee for her homeroom. Jeanette's
interests range from wit to sports. Her
future plans are to attend Cleary College
and become a secretary.
LARRY C. GRANT
Slalo manyone? Skiing is only one sport
that Larry enioys. Athletically inclined, he
also showed dogged endurance as a mem-
ber of the cross country team. To complete
his activities, Larry was on the Audio-
Visual committee. ln his spare time he
worked at his father's market.
ALAN K. GUNNESCH
"Gush" has a singular hobby of col-
lecting foreign knives, as well as the more
conventional ones. He enjoys hunting In
the fall, fishing in the summer and working
on cars at any free moment. Spare time
is scarce since he works at the White-
Haines Optical Company.
HAROLD R. HAEUSSLER
Harold is really an outdoor man as is
shown by his hobbies, the favorites of
which are hunting, fishing and ice skating.
Also, along the outdoor line, he plans to
work with his father on their farm after
he graduates and serves his stint for
Service to others was Judy's primary
activity at AAHS. She represented her
homeroom on Student Council, and in
service of another type waited on tables
at the Michigan Union. Wedding bells will
probably be heard in Judy's future for
she plans marriage some time after grad-
Work is a key word for Norma for she
works in the Michigan Union dining room
and also at the attendance office. For
variety Norma sang in Cantando and
played basketball, besides belonging to
the 1958 Washington club. She plans to
go to Eastern Michigan College.
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MARILYN A. HAAS
Music was one of Marilyn's favorite
hobbies. She was a member of the band
for three years and a member of the
orchestra for two semesters. She won a
letter in band. She also was in 4-H for
several years. Marilyn plans to attend
LINDA M. HAGUE
lf anyone's looking for Linda try the
Optimist office. She was First Page Editor.
She was also, however, on Student Coun-
cil, Assembly committee, GAC, participated
in Cantando, Drama Workshop and was
president and secretary of her homeroom,
so locating her is quite a hopeless iob,
and it's best to quit.
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ROBERT E. HAMEL
Sports claimed a good deal of Bob's
time. He was captain of the tennis team
and participated in football. He was also
on the Class Executive Board. ln spite of
these activities, Bob kept his grades on
an honor roll level and plans to attend
MARK H. HANNAH
Tall, dark, and handsome Mark dis-
tinguished himself at AAHS as an all-
around citizen. His activities included Class
Executive Board, Cross Country and Track
teams, and driving his jeep. As a delegate
to Boys' State, he was elected Auditor-
General. College is in his future.
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Nancy saw an interesting variety of
activities. She was a Washington club
representative in her sophomore year,
belonged to Girls' League, was a Student
Council alternate, and sang in the Can-
tando Choir. Nancy works at the Michigan
Union and is planning to attend the U. of
M. after graduation.
CAROLYN M. HALL
Carolyn worked on the COT program
as a dental assistant. Before coming to
AAHS, she attended Pinebrook School for
Girls in Leelanau. One of her activities
here was singing in the Girls' Chorus.
She is also interested in copper enameling.
Cleary Business College is in Carolyn's
MARGARET S. HAND
Harper's Bazaar or Vogue? Which will
Marge be seen in after she goes to model-
ing school? At AAHS singing was her
principle activity as a member of the
Girls' Chorus and Mixed Ensemble, al-
though she also served on Red Cross.
Marge includes butterfly collecting among
DONNA J. HANSEN
Donna's interest in music lead her to
sing in Cantando for two years. Donna
also enioys dancing and listening to rec-
ords in her spare time. Working at the
Michigan League prompted her to continue
work after high school. Marriage is also
a part of Donna's future.
That blue-eyed blonde seen around
school might have been Elke. She original-
ly came from Northern Germany and
ioined the class in junior high school.
Dancing is one of her hobbies. She would
like to attend the U of M in the future.
BARBARA A. HARTMAN
The bigest event of Barb's senior year
was her election as homecoming queen
of 1957. While at AAHS, Barb was active
on Student Council, GAC, where she
earned a letter, and the Assembly, Execu-
tive, and Hostess committees, as well as
working with the Optimist Staff and the
BARBARA J. HAWKS
Barb was an active homeroom member
representing it on the Student Council,
Presidents' committee, and Washington
club. She enioys music which is quite
obvious from her participation in Cantando
and Girls' Chorus. Barb plans to attend
e business college or enter a school of
JOHN R. HEDETNIEMI
John is a newcomer to AAHS as he
attended George Mason High in Falls
Church, Virginia. He was a member of
the Key club in his former school. Al-
though his hobby is golf he played foot-
ball as well. His future plans are college
and Naval ROTC.
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Lois to the resuce! As Red Cross com-
mittee representative from her homeroom
Lois indirectly helped the needy, An out-
door girl, she enioyed ice skating, swim-
ming and horseback riding. Lois will make
a career of marriage as she plans a June
RUSSELL G. HARVEY
Here comes the best dressed man ot'
AAHS! In spite of his satorial splendor, he
was elected to Student Council, and pres-
ident of his homeroom. An all-around
sports man, everyone will remember Bud
playing football, basketball, and baseball.
Next he'll join the Marines or attend
"Pammie" is the name by which her
friends affectionately call her. She repre-
sented her homeroom on the Intramural
Managers' committee. Pam found an outlet
for her vocal ability in Cantando, where
she sang for three years. Horseback riding
and swimming are her favorite hobbies.
JACK I.. HISER
"ming J' was one of those who made
his audience shudder and gasp admiringly
with his fancy, difficult dives. Jack re-
ceived a letter in swimming for his
prowess, Hu was also vice-president of his
homeroom. Before Jack enters college he
wants to fulfil. his naval obligations.
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Sportsntinded Jerry found himself in-
volved in many of the Ann Arbor High
School athletic programs. He won acclaim
for his pitching during the baseball sea-
son. Jerry also enioyed hockey on the
Side, playing on a City League team. He
is as yet undecided as to his future plans.
PAUL R. HELBER
Providing entertainment seemed to be
Paul's field, for he was president of A
Cappella, chairman of the l957 Home-
coming -and was in charge of securing
music for Student Council dances. He was
also president of his homeroom and took
part in track and intramural football. Col-
lege comes next.
GARY L. HELLNER
Gary was a helpful homeroom member
as he was a Student Council representative
fcr two semesters and on the Assembly
Committee. During his leisure time he
enjoys fishing and hunting. After gradua-
tion, Gary plans to enroll in the College
of Engineering at the U of M.
-Anon Dave wasnt busy representing
his hottteroctn on Rivcl Cross committee or
working as a trainer for the football or
swimming teams lm' could probably be
found working on sctentitfc experiments,
Avftner of Dave s hobbies is photography,
aid his future vciil pcbably include sci-
ence at ccllc-ge.
RAYMOND T. HOOBLER
Ray was a fellow who could really
express himself well, for he was a de-
bater for two years. He was a National
Merit Scholarship semi-finalist. Ray was
also on the Tennis team. He plans to
pursue his interest in science at Oberlin
College in physics.
ALFRED A. HONKE
Al's main interests centered around
hunting, fishing and bowling, all of which
he enioyed very much. Al spent most of
his free time helping out on the family
farm and, when he graduates, he expects
to go into a successful partnership with
his father in farming.
EARL A. HORNING
One of Earl's main interests lies in the
field of sports, especially basketball, foote
ball, swimming, and skating. He is also
an active member of the 4-H club and
has completed many proiects. He plans
to go into agriculture at MSU after grad-
LARRY R. HOUGH
"Fats" is really not as merciless as his
interests would make him seem. His hobby
is rifles, and he is employed as a meat
cutter at Knight's Market. He sang in
Mixed Ensemble and A Cappella Choir.
Engineering School is included among his
Bruce is the "outdoor type" in both
hobbies and extracurricular activities-he
liked to hunt and fish and really made a
name for himself in track and cross coun-
try. Bruce's track specialty is the half
mile, and his speed won him a letter in
addition to the cofaptaincy of the cross
RONALD L. HODGE
Ron, tagged "Hail Baba" by his friends
is currently employed at the A 8 P Grocery
Store. His first love is motorcycles, and
he also helped win the championship bowl-
ing plaque for his homeroom. The Marines
or the State Police force figure in Ron's
MOLLIE M. HOSNEY
Mollie, who was secretary and treasurer
of her homeroom, was also an active
member of GAC and a Washington club
representative for her homeroom. She is
now employed as an operator at the
Michigan Bell Telephone Company and
plans to go to college.
Ron's unusual experience at AAHS was
being a delegate to the first Student Coun-
cil nominating convention from his home-
room, He was also its Student Council
representative, vice-president and Intra-
mural Managers' and Executive Board
representative. He received a track letter.
College is in Ron's future.
JEAN L. HILLEGONDE
Jean was a person who enioyed AAHS
immensely. She was a member of the first
Girls' Auto Shop class along with being
on the Red Cross and intramural Man-
agers' committee. Jean plans to work one
year and then continue her education by
attending a business school.
Mike is quite an accomplished athlete
as exemplified by the eight letters he won.
He was also co-captain of cross country,
a representative on Student Council, and
a member of the Presidents' Committee.
Mike plans to go to the U of M after
MARY F. HOLLIS
Platters! Like most teenagers, Mary's
hobby is collecting records. Mary, who
was on the honor roll, also served on the
Assembly committee representing her
homeroom. Because of her great interest
in her work at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital,
Mary plans to continue working after
MARGARET l. HOPKINS
Out of school, Maggie is a devoted
reader, She likes "about everything" teen-
age and adventure stories, magazines, and
so on. When Maggie isn't curled up with
a book, she's likely to be found listening
to her record collection, going swimming,
or perhaps seeing a good movie.
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High notes and low notesl Terri earned
a letter and a silver pin in the band and
also sang in Cantando. Her activities were
not confined to the musical field, however,
as she was president and secretary of her
homeroom and was on the honor roll.
PATRICIA A. INGRAM
Pat represented her homeroom on Stuf
dent Council and served as Secretary of
Washington Club. While in high school
she also sang in Cantando and participated
in GAC. Ice skating took up much of Pat's
spare time, as did working at Shipmans,
Inc. Pat's future plans include college.
NANCY E. JOHNS
In her senior year Nancy transferred to
AAHS from St. Thomas High. She is quite
a girl for sports, enjoying horseback
riidng, swimming, tennis, and skating
when she isn't busy with sketching and
art work. Nancy hopes to go to Cleary
Business College and become a secretary.
PATRICIA L. JONES
Pat has many hobbies, especially in the
field of sports. In winter she goes tobog-
ganing and ice-skating. Warmer weather
finds Pat roller skating and playing base-
ball. She also likes to oil paint. Pat belongs
to the group that plans to work in the
wide, wide world.
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DON C. HOWELL
Water skiing is one of the summer
sports Don enioys. His varied interests
include having sung in A Cappella choir
for two years, representing his homeroom
as President, and on the Assembly Com-
mittee. Now he is employed as a clerk
at Varsity Laundry. College will follow.
AAHS was only one in a series of stops
for Ed, for he attended twelve schools in
five states. Here he was a member of the
JV Football squad. Ed did not have much
spare time, however, for he worked at a
MYRNA M. HOWELL
Myrna, enioying music very much, was
a member of Voice and Ensemble, and
A Cappella choir. Collecting model horses
and designing clothes are her hobbies.
After high school Myrna plans to enter
Michigan State College or some small
business college. She also worked in the
school library office.
As one might expect, Harley, an expert
hockey player and skater, came to AAHS
from Montreal. Harley showed his interest
in student affairs, as well, by serving as
homeroom president, Student Council
representative, and on Intramural Man-
agers. Next, he expects to go to college.
JOHN B. HUS5
John was a familiar sight hurrying out
to the football squad's huddles since he
was their student trainer. He was also
busy during school as his homeroom's
vice-president, secretary, and representa-
tive to the Intramural Managers' and
Assembly committees. He intends to enter
the U of M.
"B.J." might be called the bookworm
that turned, since she was a member of
GAC, as well as the Library committee.
She enioys swimming, horseback riding,
and collecting magazine ads. Work or
attend Wilson School in Chicago after
SHARON A. JOHNSON
Typing up minutes was a familiar task ,
for Sharon as secretary of the Intramural ' '-
Managers' committee. In addition, she ,N ig. dx
served as a Hostess, as Student Council 3' ,
representative and as president of her J.- is
homeroom. ln her free moments Sharon Q Q Q3
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future include college. N'
WILLIAM E. JONES
Willie was a member of the wrestling
and JV football teams. His homeroom
enjoyed his efforts as he served on the
Audio-Visual committee and on the volley-
ball team. WilIie's big interests are col-
lecting stamps and working on cars, and
his future plans include a iob.
SANDRA J. KERR NANCY KETT
JUDITH A. JUDSON
.ludy's future plans are to be a secretary.
In readying hersefl, during the past year,
she worked on COT at the Michigan
Municipal League Building as a secretary.
She also enioys bowling and was on Girls'
League. Her musical efforts landed her in
DEAN E. KAPP
While at AAHS, Dean was a member
of the Rie club and also participated in the
Track team. Some of his hobbies include
hunting, model boat building and stamp
collecting. Dean came to AAHS from
Tappan Junior High. Upon graduation Dean
plans to enter the Navy.
MICHAEL G. KATONA
Before coming to AAHS, Mike played
on many sports teams at St. Thomas High.
He was also a member of the Pioneer
football team and likes to play hockey.
Mike is now employed at the Michigan
Pharmacy and plans to go into the service
MARION I.. KEMPE
Music, music, music! Marion was in both
A Cappella and Cantando. She was in
dramatics as a sophomore, a Student Coun-
cil alternate, on Omega, and was a Wash-
ington club representative. She held the
homeroom office of secretary and made
the honor roll in spite of her many
MARLENE G. KAERCHEI
Off to aid her iunior class was Marlene
as she was a member of the Junior
Executive committee. She splashed about
for the Synchronized Swimming Club and
was also one of the gang who worked at
the Union. Marlene enioys sailing, riding.
swimming and golf.
MARY E. KAPP
During her eight years as a 4-H club
member, Mary kept busy with various
service clubs and proiects. She also main-
tained honor roll grades, during high
school. Mary's favorite subject is account-
ing, and she hopes someday to become a
bookkeeper after attending Cleary Busi-
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Sandy's activities at AAHS included
Drama Workshop, Mixed Ensemble, GAC
and Omega. She served as secretary and
vice-president of her homeroom. As an
honor student, Sandy's future plans in-
clude the University of Wisconsin where
she will study to be a physical therapist.
RONALD M. KEVARI
Bang! The sound of a gunl Hunting is
one of Ronald's hobbies. Some of his
other hobbies include swimming, fishing.
and painting. Ron also played on the
junior varsity football team for one year.
He was employed at Al's Market and has
no definite plans.
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HARRY l. KEll.Y
Harry gave a good share of his time
to various music groups. He was in Male
Chorus, Mixed Ensemble, and A Cappella,
where he received a silver pin. He was
also on the Audio-Visual committee and
took part in intramural baseball and bowl-
ing. "Kelly" expects to attend Eastern
MARJORIE K. KENISTON
Energetic is the word for Mimil She
participated in Student Council, GAC, dra-
matics, and the Omego, while maintaining
an honor roll position. Mimi was also
vice-president, secretary, and library com-
mittee representative for her homeroom.
She earned a letter and a pin in orchestra
and was also its vice-president.
"Nance's" breezy cheerfulness was a
welcome part of Cantando Choir, GAC,
and Washington Club, on which she served
for three years. An example of perpetual
motion, she also solicited ads for the Optif
mist and served as a Student Council alter-
nate. Nancy will go to Cleary College.
Quiet Sylvia originally came to the
United States from Latvia. Her favorite
sport is swimming, which she does very
well. During her three years at high school,
Sylvia has worked at Kline's Department
Store and plans to work or go to college
MARLENE M. KINSLEY
Marlene's homeroom actiivties included
four semesters of Red Cross committee
and the l958 Washington club. Besides
being on the honor roll, Marlene found
time to rollerskate and swim. Also much
of her time was spent working as a
bookkeeper. She plans to continue work-
ing after graduation.
ROY H. KNOEDl.ER
Roy shows himself to be a true sports-
man through his favorite hobbies, hunting
and fishing. He also played football for
AAHS in his iunior year. Roy is presently
employed at the King Engineering Co. He
plans to become a machinist after grad-
CAROL J. KOCH
Class Executive Board duties were
familiar to Carol, as she was on it for
three years. She also sang with Girls'
Chorus and was on COT. Carol is a secre-
tary at Standish 8. Standish Real Estate
Company. She will work and go to busi-
Ge out the bandages! During Bc-v's twc
years at AAHS she participated in the Red
Cross representing her homeroom, He'
favorite sports which she enjoyed during
her stay here included basketball, Bev will
be married after graduation, then plans to
CAROLYN J. KLOHS
Carolyn served her homeroom as both
vice-president and as a Student Council
alternate. As a member of COT she was
employed in Mr. Gree's office and plans
to continue her education at Cleary Col-
lege. Skating and swimming were Car-
olyn's favorite hobbies.
WILLIAM E. KOCH
"Anchors Aweighl" Boating is only one
of the many sports that Bill is interested
in. He also showed an interest in other
peoples' welfare as a member of the
Red Cross committee. Bill was employed
at Weber's Supper Club during his spare
plans to attend the U of M.
JAMES D. KRUSE
Wrestling was a favorite sport of Jim
at AAHS. He was co-captain of the team
and received a letter for his work and
was also on the football team. After
school he plans either to ioin the armed
services or go to college.
Active and popularl That's Evan. He
was vice-president of the Student Council
and president of his homeroom, For his
excellence on the football and wrestling
teams he was awarded two letters. He
was also a member of the band. Evan
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ROBERT T. KOEBLE
A band letter was Bob's reward for
participating in the band for three years.
This explains his electing hi-fi as his chief
hobby. He represented his homeroom,
C-206, by attending the Red Cross and
Audio-Visual committees. Bob is employed
THOMAS G. KOLOKITHAS
Tom had a variety of interests while
at AAHS. He was on the Assembly com-
mittee, Participated in intramural bowling
and added his low bass voice to the
A Cappella Choir. Tom plan sto loin the
Air Force, and he may attend college later.
BERND A. KROGER
Bernd, an exchange student from Stutt-
gart, Germany, fitted right in at AAHS as
a member of the swimming team and of
Mixed Ensemble. Known for his sense of
humor, Bernd was the editor of his school
paper at his former school. Good luck
and Auf Weidershein, Bernd.
JUDITH A. KURTZ
Judy's list of activities was a well-
rounded one. She was a Girls' League
representative twice and was a member
of the Omega Ad staff. She also sang
x-.ith the Girls' Chorus. Judy enioyed rid-
wg as a hobby. She will go to college.
JOYCE P. LANSKY
Wednesday morning means another as-
sembly, and as a member of the Assembly
committee, Joyce was concerned with
their planning. Just like most other teen-
agers, Joyce likes to cook land to eat
the resultsj. She will probably major in
Home Economics at Michigan State Uni-
CHARLES D. laROE
As a devotee of sports, Dexter went out
for the gymnastics squad. He also enjoyed
wrestling and basketball. Dexter was a
member of the Audio-Visual committee.
He likes to work on cars, and after gradua-
tion he wants to be a mechanic or ioin
CONSTANCE M. LEACH
Connie took part in student politics by
serving on Student Council and acting as
president and vice-president of her home-
room. ln addition, she put her vocal ability
to good use as a member of A Cappella
for two years. Connie works at the Linda
LINDA M. LEGATSKI
Ambitious? That's it, Linda was treas-
urer of the Student Council, vice presi-
dent of the Presidents' committee, and a
Hostess. She sang in A Cappella and Can-
tando and showed an interest in sports
by being a JV cheerleader, earning a GAC
letter and participating in Swimming club.
ROBERT W. LACEY
Bob came to AAHS from Rome Free
Academy in Rome, New York. Having
chosen the U of M as the college he hopes
to attend, he would like to study there
towards his goal of being an engineer.
Bob is currently employed at the A 8. P.
PATRICIA L. LANGLEY
Pat was a busy girl with a variety of
interests. Aside from being an honor roll
student, she was a member of GAC,
Washington club, homeroom bowling team,
Red Cross, and Student Council alternate.
Pat works as a receptionist for the Wash-
tenaw Counity Medical Society.
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JERRY W. LEDERER
A ver musical young man ierry par-
ticipated in Mixed Ensemble, A Cappella.
the AAHS band and a small Dixieland
band. He also served hi shomeroom as
Student Council representative and home-
room president. Jerry, an honor student,
plans to attend Milwaukee Concordia Col-
lege, a ministerial school.
JON A. LEIBEE
Alan was one of the hard workers who
made the Washington club trip possible,
as he was his homeroom's representative
for three years. He demonstrated his
interest in sports by playing on the Golf
and Cross Country teams. An all-around
guy, he was on the honor roll.
CAROL A. LADISH
Carol was in Cantando for two years
and was officer of robes during both years.
She was also on the Girls' League Execu-
tive Board. Carol is now employed at
Perry Nursery School. She plans to attend
school in Chicago for a year after gradua-
"Hank," as he is called is especially
interested in sports. l-le ents-,fs basebal.
and hockey, and bowling also vies for
nls attention, In addition to being sports-
conscious Henry has also been vice-presi-
dent of his homeroom and a Washington
Club rep'esentati-Je. College is included in
his future plans.
JACQUELINE J. LARMEE
Jackie's the active gal who was vice-
president of E-lll and its Student Council
representative for two semesters. She
joined the Washington club, and her name
was on the honor roll most of the time.
Sports and record collecting are her hob-
bies. College is in Jackie's future.
TAMARA J. LAVENDAR
Click! Click! The sound of typewriter
keys! That's Tammy, typing Omega copy.
She wasa busy girl at AAHS, representing
her homeroom on Intramural Managers'
and Girls' League and supporting Junior
Achievement. Tammy's outside interests
are ice skating, swimming, sewing, and
working as a dental assistant.
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MILDRED R. LOLMAUGH
Jean was a faithful and tireless clinic
worker during her three years at AAHS
and undoubtedly this will help her greatly
in her chosen profession, nursing. She
was also her homeroom's representative
to the Washington club, and during the
summer greatly enioyed her hobby of
RICHARD P. LOVELACE
Ofter called "Jughead" for reasons
obscure, Dick likes iust about all sports.
He played JV baseball and was a member
of the Boys' Leader Corps for two years.
All this interest in sports didn't keep him
from other things, as he was also a
Washington club representative.
PENELOPE C. MacDONAlD
A good education was Penny's main
obiective while attending AAHS. This is
evidenced by her consistent appearance
on the honor roll, and her desire to attend
U-M. Penny was also Pres. of Red Cross.
Her warm smile and friendly personality
will be remembered by all her friends.
LEO R. MCCLELLAN
Leo enioys working with his hands, for
he was in Junior Achievement and served
as president and production manager. He
was in Stagecraft, and likes to make things
of wood and steel. Leo plans to ioin one
of the services, then get a job.
JUDITH J. LENTZ
JOHN R. LINDSAY
worked at the State Theater.
It looks as though Ethel has "chalk dust
in her blood" for she was an enthusiastic
member ofthe Future Teachers' club where
she served as historian. She was also secre-
tary of her homeroom and represented it
on the Red Cross and Library committee.
RONALD C. MCGARRY
Ron found an outlet for his love of
music as a member of the band. However,
he is also quite the outdoor man, and
when he could take time out from farm
work, he enioyed going hunting or fishing.
Ron plans to work as a repairman.
Judy was a girl whose interests ranged
from swimming and ice skating to cooking
unusual recipes. She served on Red Cross
committee and was a member of Girls'
League, Washington club and Cantando.
After graduation Judy plans to begin work
as a secretary or go to business college.
Being a member of the U.S. Marine
Corps Reserves took a lot of John's time,
but he must have enioyed it, as he plans
to join the Corps after graduation. Among
other activities, John was also on the
Audio-Visual and Library committees and
CLAUDE R. IJHOSPITAI.
Claude was active as a manager in cross
country and track where he received his
letter. He also participated in JV baseball.
Claude had a summertime iob painting.
After high school, he wants to attend the
U of M where he plans to study medicine.
NANCY E. LOGAN
Forever in the swing of things was
Nancy. Participating in A Cappella Choir,
GAC, and intramural sports were amotg
many of Nancy's outside activities. Nancy
was active in her homeroom, being secre-
tary and vice-president. Nancy was on
Student Council, and the honor roll in-
cluded her name.
JON C. LOPEZ
'Bashful Lop" is what they called him,
but he certainly isn't bashful with a foot-
ball in his arms. As captain, Jon lead
the team to another successful year. He
also showed leadership on the Student
Council and was a track letter winner.
Jon's next stop is the U of M.
DAVID P. LUMBARD
Interest in the welfare of students was
Dave's main concern while attending
AAHS. This was widened by his hard and
conscientious work on the Student Coun-
cil. Outside of school, Dave made ice
cream for his father's drug store. Among
his future plans, Dave includes a U of M
JULIANNE L. MclLVAlNE
Well-known for her drawl, Julie came
to AAHS from Tuscaloosa High in Tusca-
loosa, Alabama. This Southern belle was
interested in drama and took part in many
plays in Alabama. Here she was her home
room secretary and Girls' League repre-
sentative. Julie plans to attend college.
Michael, better known as "Mike", was
very sports minded. During his stay at
AAHS he participated in Intramural Man-
agers', Cross Country, JV basketball and
football. He also represented his home-
room as a Washington club representative.
After graduation Mike plans to attend
the U of M.
MARGARET A. MAIER
At every performance of the A Cappella
Choir, Margaret's alto voice was to be
heard, for she was a member of the
choir during her last two years at AAHS.
Margaret's favorite hobby is that of sew-
ing. After graduation she is planning to
CAROL M. MANN
Carol served her homeroom as secretary
and was a member of the Assembly com-
mittee for two years. Carol was also in
GAC and says that her favorite sport is
swimming, although she also was a mem-
ber of her homeroom bowling team. Busi-
ness college stands in Carol's future.
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KAREN E. McKENZlE
Karen was in so many activities that
most everyone has heard of her. Some
know her as president of her homeroom.
Others came in contact with her at the
Union where she works. liking sports,
Karen was an active member of GAC and
the synchronized Swimming team.
THOMAS B. MCMULLEN
Tom really didn't let any grass grow
under his feet at AAHS, for he took an
enthusiastic part in both sports and stu-
dent government. Sportswise, he was an
active member of the swimming and golf
teams. Tom was vice-president of the
Junior and Senior class.
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LINDA A. MAURER
"Lin" really sang her way through high
schooll She took voice lessons, sang in
Mixed Ensemble and also in A Cappella
Choir. She was active in Girls' League,
Red Cross, and in GAC. Lin is presently
employed at the Corner House. She plans
to be a dental assistant.
DORIS E. METZNER
"Dodie" was in Girls' Chorus, a GAC
member for three years, band maiorette
for two years and on the Hostess com-
mittee three years. She was vice-president
and president of her homeroom. Her hob-
bies are summer sports, and her future
plans are to go into nursing.
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CHARLES M. MALLEK
Bang! Bang! That's Chuck pursuing his
hobby of hunting, Chuck is also interested
in cars and participated in intramural
sports. He represented his homeroom on
Assembly committee and served as home-
room secretary. Chuck plans to continue
his education at Western Michigan Uni-
Larry likes sports and outdoor activities
which he showed by serving his home-
room on the Intramural Managers' commit-
tee. Outside of school he followed up
this interest too, for he likes to spend his
time horseback riding and hunting. Best
of luck, Larry.
JUDY A. MERRILL
La! la! la! lf, while walking down the
hall, these melodious strains were heard,
it might have been Judy practicing her
singing, To make full use of her talent,
Judy was a member of the Voice and
Ensemble. Judy also enioyed camp at Ce-
dar Lake while at AAHS.
MARY B. MEYERS
Whizz! Mary Beth iust went by in her
red Thunderbird. She was president and
secretary of Intramural Managers' and very
active in all kinds of sports, Singing in
A Cappella and being on Red Cross were
her outside activities. She plans to attend
Michigan State University,
ROBERT R. MILEY
Watch out for that pass! There's Bob
running down the field. With varsity letters
in football and baseball, he's really out
for sports. Two semesters of homeroom
president and Student Council are also
to his credit. Bob is employed at Kroger's
and plans to attend college.
JOHN R. MILLER
Jack's homeroom kept him busy repre-
senting them. He was on the Sophomore
Executive Board, Intramural Managers'
committee, and the Audio-Visual commit-
tee. He was also vice-president of his
homeroom. Jack's spare time is spent
working at the Washtenaw Dairy. He plans
to ioin the Navy.
JUDY A. MOON
Boys? Just look for Judy - there are
bound to be some around her. This con-
gregation of boys about Judy might be
due to her extremely pleasant personality.
Her disposition also helped win a spot on
the Student Council, where she served
"Tessie" served on the Intramural Man-
agers' committee and was also a member
of the Future Teachers' club. At one time
she collected various kinds of stones. Now
employed at Artway Cleaners, she plans tc
attend Howard College in Washington,
where she will prepare to teach ele'
TOM M. MILHAM
Sports were the focal point of Yom's
extra-curricular activities at AAHS. He
played JV basketball and helped plan
inter-homeroom sports as a member of
lntramural Managers. Although Tom's inter-
ests were varied, he still found time to
keep a fairly high scholastic record,
RALPH T. MONK
Ralph, or "Monkey", left Ann Arbor in
i955 to go to Riverside Military Academy.
After staying there for two years he re-
turned to AAHS for his senior year, where
he was quick to make up for lost time.
After graduation Ralph plans to go to
THOMAS W. MURREL
Tom was vice-president and Assembly
committee representative for his home-
room, As a sophomore, he was a member
of the JV basketball team, but his main
hobby is skin diving, and he has pursued
this interest off the coast of Florida and
in Lake Michigan. Upon graduation Tom
plans to attend M.S.U.
CAROLE A. NEFF
Class attairs commanded much of Car-
ole's attention in her junior year as a
member of the Executive Board. Although
a lot of her valuable study time was lost
while working at the Norwalk Truck Lines,
her grades made her eligible for the honor
roll most of the time.
JOANNA F. MORTON
Music, music, music! Joanna was in
Cantando for three years and collects
records besides. She seems to have taken
a liking to volleyball, for she played it
constantly. Jo's crystal ball is bright with
her future, She plans to go to business
RICHARD A. MURPHY
Football occupied much of Dick's time.
as he was on the team three years and
earned a letter in this sport. He was on
the Wrestling team, a Student Council
alternate and Washington club representa-
tive. Now working at Murphy's Market,
he plans to attend Georgia Teach.
Andy is one of AAHS's several exchange
students. He came here last August from
Cuba. Andy likes to travel and also enioys
swimming. His favorite indoor activities are
dancing, at which ha excels, and tha
movies. Andy plans to attend college.
either at the U of M or in Cuba.
JUDY K. NEFF
The Washington trip was probably a
relief as well as a reward for Judy, for
she helped plan it as secretary and vice-
president of the Washington Club. Out of
school, she is proficient at dancing and
ice skating. Judy plans to attend Eastern
DOUGLAS F. NOLLAR
Where people End cars or engines they
just might Gnd Doug, for designing auto-
mobiles as well as working on them
interests him. Doug was on the Red Cross
committee while at AAHS. Future plans
Include going to college for two years.
JAMES D. NUTT
Dave was one of AAHS's swimmers and
won a letter for this sport. He also served
his homeroom as president and was a
member of the Assembly committee. While
in high school, Dave worked at Ann Arbor
Instrument Works and plans to go to
design school eventually.
JAMES L. OLIVER
"Ollie" was the Washington club repre-
sentative for his homeroom for two years.
He also was a member of the bowling
club. Included in his many hobbies are
hunting, fishing, and model airplanes.
Ollie was employed at the Ann Arbor
News. Ollie plans to work.
JOHN J. O'RElLlY
John enioyed wrestling so much that
he was on the team for two years. He
served his homeroom by representing
them on the Intramural Managers' com
mittee. His future plans include serving
three years in the Navy and then going
on to college.
PAT A. NELSON
Stroke! Pat has to do it in
orchestra and sang in the
Choir. Pat plans to teach.
BARBARA J. NICHOLS
two of her
hobbies, swimming and painting. In her
homeroom she served as secretary, Wash-
ington club representative, and also on the
Assembly committee. She played in the
"I move we vote on the previous mo-
tion." This is a familiar sentence to Babs,
as she was on Student Council two semes-
ter. Babs works at the Michigan Scientific
Company. By and large, her favorite hob-
Babs plans to attend college.
bies are rccord collecting and water skiing.
CHRISTOPHER C. OPPLE
Chris's main interest was centered
around the stage, He was in several school
plays, among them, "The Man Who Came
to Dinner" and "George Washington Slept
Here". Chris held the office of president
of his homeroom and was on the Student
Council and the Class Executive Board.
GERALD L. OTTO
Being a sports enthusiast, like most
boys, Jerry was on both the Cross Country
team and the Wrestling team, where he
was the proud receiver of a JV award.
Hunting, fishing and shooting guns are his
favorite hobbies. Jerry's future plans in-
clude college after graduation.
SANDRA L. NELSON
Doe Re Mi! Music is right down Salndy's
alley. She was in Girls' Chorus, A Cappella,
and she received a letter in band. Basket-
ball and swimming are her hobbies. She
also served as secertary of her homeroom.
Her future plans include liberal arts col-
lege and nursing school.
WALTER A. NOFFSINGER
Better known as "Aca" to everyone,
he was a member of A Cappella Choir,
and the concert and marching band. The
Hobbies which Aca enioys are hunting,
fishing, planes, and guns, He also spent
time serving as homeroom treasurer. He
was employed at Washtenaw Plumbing
THEODORE A. NORRIS
Splashl There goes Ted after doing one
of his fancy dives. In his iunior year here
at AAHS, he received a letter in diving
for his accomplishments. Not only did he
dive for the Swimming team, but he was
also a member of the Gymnastics team.
CYNTHIA A. OFFICER
Cynthia is interested in many forms of
music. She plays the piano, and her
favorite hobby is dancing. She enjoys both
fox trot and rock and roll. Although
Cynthia was not employed during the
first semester, she was a member of COT
during the second semester.
ROGER C PASSON
Rogers main activity was playing the
drums for the AAHS band His other
interests were centered around his church
where he played basketball and was
active in the youth group Rogers future
plans include training as a draftsman at
Eastern Michigan College
CURTIS P PATTERSON
Pat was a Student Council alternate
representative to the Senior Class Executive
Board and Intramural Managers commit
tee When he wasnt working with cars
Pat received his letter and pin for being
on the varsity swimming team He also
played on the JV football and baseball
Ahoy' After graduation John will give
up high scl-ool athletics and sail the ocean
lor the Navy An tntramural manager he
also wre tled for two ,ears and ea ned a
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YEITH S PEYTON
Most cf Keith s afternoons were taken
up during swimming season as he was a
member of the team for three years and
won a letter He was also in the Orchestra
and president of the Band An honor roll
student engineering is in Keiths future
DIANE M. OTTOSEN
Ring-a-ling! That's the sound Di hears
while working at the Bell Telephone Com-
pany. Besides holding a iob, she was an
honor student, sang in Cantando and re-
ceived a short story commendation. Di is
planning to attend college to ceome a
CAROL A. PARDON
Orchestra took up quite a bit of Carol's
time, as she was a member in good stand-
ing for three years and served the group
as president and secretary Carol was also
on the Student Council President's Com-
mittee and participated in G A.C. An hon-
or student she plans to attend U-M.
MARILYN R PETERSON
Marilyns record collection shows that
she is interested in music and she also
n in the G ls Chorus Her o r
hobbies include collecting stamps and
sewing Marilyns married name is Foster
and after graduation she plans to follow
her husband who is in the Air Force
MARY J PIESKE
An active member of her homeroom.
Nlary served on Girls League and was a
top notch member of the bowling team.
She was also a member of Girls Chorus
and participated in JA Mary will continue
her rob at the Triple A after graduation.
NANCY LEE PALMETER
David Copperfield, Peyton Place or
Dante's Inferno - Nancy would probably
know where any book in the library was,
since she not only worked there but served
on the Library committee as well. For a
change of pace, Nancy was a member
of Girls' Chorus.
FRANK E. PARDON
Frank was one of those who helped to
make classes more interesting through the
media of movies, as a member of the
Visual Aids committee. Outside of school,
Frank works at Kroger's, Frank's detailed
plans -for the future consist of working,
then Armed Forces, then college.
BOB I.. PATTERSON
"B.P.", the song and dance man, was
a member of A Cappella for three semes-
ters, and enioyed dancing and singing
on the side as well. Bob will have a
flying future when he dons the Air Force
blue. He plans on studying to be an
With that big grin, it's easy to see why
they call him "Smiley", He spent two years
on the wrestling team, and was on the
Audio-Visual committee. "Smiley" likes to
bowl, and his hobbies are model planes
and woodworking. He plans to attend
JUDITH L. PIKE
"Judee" didn't have to ioin the Navy
to see the world. She lust went to school.
Both of Ann Arbor's iunior high school's
are on her list as well as schools in Peru,
Mexico and California. She plans to con-
tinue this list by entering the U of M.
GARY A. POPE
Gary received a band letter for his
hard work during both his sophomore and
iunior years. He was a member of the
JV wrestling team, and he also played
softball. When he got time off from paint-
ing for his father, he might be making
model planes or hunting.
WZNIFRED J. POWELL
Winnie didn't have any special interest,
she had a part in everything. She was
president and secretary of her homeroom,
secretary of Girls' League and a member
of GAC. Winnie also was a Hostess and
a member of the Cantando Choir.
DENNIS C. PRATT
"Dennis the Menace" does a lot of
swimming in his spare time, when he is
not working at the Michigan Chandelier
Co. He later plans to go "oH into the
wild, blue wonder," as he feels that
"nothing can beat the Army Air Corps."
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Marsha came to AAHS from Hoagland
High School in Hoagland, Indiana. She
enioys skating, whether on ice or rollers,
and she has the hobby of collecting
miniature antique cups and saucers. In her
spare time Marsha worked on the Optimist.
Her future points toward attending college.
RICHARD J. POTTER
Rick was well known to all who follow
AAHS's athletic teams, for he played on
the football, basketball and track squads.
In these sports he piled up a grand total
of seven letters. He was also president
of Intramural Managers, and vice-president
of his homeroom.
LEE B. REED
If there was a sport going on at school
"Chicktha" was sure to be on it. Some of
the many sports she participated in were
baseball, volleyball and badminton. She
was also interested in dancing, skating and
swimming. She plans to be a nurse's aid.
JUDY M. RINESMITH
Judy's main interest and hobby is sew-
ing, however she is also interested in
music and was a member of the Girls'
chorus. She worked at both Cunningham's
and Kresge's during high school, and plans
to continue work after graduation, al-
though she's not sure where.
Lynn had had a busy time at AAHS
since she was on the Girls' League Execu-
tive Board, Hostess committee, Presidents'
committee, and Senior Class Executive
Board. She also won a silver pin a A
Cappella Choir. This honor roll student
will be quite an addition to the U of M.
Whether taking minutes for her home-
room meetings or taking dictation as her
future career will include, the life of a
secretary is the one for Ruth. She was also
an enthusiastic supporter of the Washing-
ton club. Ruth's special interest was pho-
tography, which took up much of her
PAUI. G. RENTSCHLER
Paul was obviously interested in golf
more than any other sport. He was a
member of the golf team for three years,
was captain of the team and won two
letters for the sport. Paul was a member
of the Student Council. ln the winter he
MARVIN G. RINESMITH
Bill served his homeroom by being on
the Assembly committee for one semester
and on the Audio-Visual committee, also.
He is very interested in building radios
and plans to take a radio and television
electronics course in the Air Force. He is
currently employed at Wrigley's.
NEOMA A. ROACH
When she wasn't busy representing her
homeroom on Assembly committee or
Girls' League, Neoma might be found
singing with Cantando. She served as
president and secretary of her homeroom
as well, and worked at Artway Cleaners.
Neoma will attend Michigan Eastern to
become a teacher.
PETER D. ROBINSON
An all around man, Pete was homeroom
president, on the wrestling team and also
participated in intramural sports. He was
on the honor roll and plans to go to
college. Because Pete is interested in
flying, he got a iob at the Ann Arbor
JACK I.. ROMAN
"OkIahoma!" Back home in the wide
open spaces, Jack was president of both
his sophomore and iunior classes at Hydro
High School. Known for his drawl and
quick smile, he loves horses and is a
tireless rider. After graduation, Jack plans
to attend college.
JAMES A. ROOT
James' friends and family call him
"Jim", which is, after all, not too unusual.
His hobby is woodworking, and he enjoys
the typical outdoor pastimes of boating
and hunting. After he graduates from
high school, Jim is planning to go to
JOHN E. ROBERTS
Wrestling was one of John's favorite
sports, and he was an active member of
the wrestling team. John has not decided,
as of yet, whether he plans to go to
college, work or ioin the Navy but is
strongly thinking of the latter plan.
JAYNE E. ROFFEE
Jayne served her homeroom as secretary
for a year and as Student Council member.
Enioying music, she was a member of
Cantando Choir. Her other hobbies are
horseback riding and letter writing. Jayne
is employed by the Ann Arbor Federal
Savings and Loan Association.
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"Rosie", as Mr. Fonde affectionately
called him, was probably best known for
his exploiits on the football team, where
I he earned a letter. His proud homeroom
elected him their president in his iunior
year. After he graduates, Roosevelt plans
to keep right on having a ball.
JAMES E. RUSHTON
As a member of the Intramural Man-
agers' :ommittee, Jim always got the in-
side story on the bowling games in which
he participated a great deal. When he
wasn't in school, Jim could often be found
working on cars or else rushing around
the Ann Arbor News.
Dancing was Pat's favorite activity dur-
ing high school. Music ran a close second,
as exemplified by her participation in
Girls' Chorus. Pat was also interested in
swimming and making scrapbooks, two
best-liked hobbies. At present she intends
to work after graduation.
LOUISE M. ROOT
Louise's homeroom was the starting
point for much of her activity at AAHS.
She was on Intramural Managers' and the
Library committee, and she was also secre-
tary of her homeroom. Louise enioys all
sports, especially swimming. She plans to
attend North Central College in Illinois.
WILLIAM A. ROYAL
Zoom! BilI's off to the races, either on
land or water. Still showing a love for
speed, Bill's future plans to include the
air force. Bill showed his school spirit by
representing his homeroom on the Intra-
mural Managers' and by playing on its
MARILYN R. RUSS
While at AAHS, Marilyn served on the
Sophomore and Junior Executive Boards
and sang in the Cantando Choir. She was
also a member of Girls' League where
she served as a Big Sister. Marilyn's future
plans include a job with the Bell Tele-
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Beth served her homeroom on the Class
Executive Board and on the Student Coun-
cil. Her favorite hobbies, dancing and
horseback riding, also take up much of
her time. After graduation from high
school, she plans to work in California
and eventually attend modeling school.
Dave, well known for his flaming hair
and British accent, will be remembered for
his parts in school dramatic productions,
especially "Gramercy Ghost". Dave's ability
to imitate accents, possibly due to his
residence in China, was an asset to char-
acter parts. He also enioys swimming and
Lennie had a busy time at AAHS, His
homeroom elected him to Student Council
in his Senior year, and he was also home-
room president and vice-president. He was
in the Band for two years, where he
earned a letter. Lennie plans to attend
ROGER A. SCHLECI'
First Rog marched onto the football
Held in a band uniform, next, he came on
in a football uniform, winning two letters.
Pretty soon, he says, he may come on in
a navy uniform. He was also one of the
band members who went to Miami.
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ing down the street, take a closer look
as you may recognize Helen. She is plan-
ning on going into police administrating
work Helen also enioys all kinds of
sports, especially bowling ln school, she
has served as secretary of her homeroom.
Marguerite, whose quiet reserve made
her respected by all who knew her, was
called "Birdie" by her closest friends. Born
in Europe, Denmark, she traveled extens-
ively through Europe. She was a member
of the girls' Chorus and Washington club.
Upon graduation, Marguerite plans to at-
tend the U of M Nursing School.
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While at AAHS, Tom served his home-
room on Student Council. His main interest
is ice skating and during the winter months
he can often be found playing hockey
with the boys. After graduation Tom plans
to rnaior in engineering at Eastern Mich-
RICHARD D. SCHNEIDER
Dick spent a great deal of time "on the
iob" at MitcheIl's Service Station where
besides waiting on customers, he did a
little tinkering with cars. On his days off
during hunting season, he took to the
woods for his favorite sport. He intends
to go into the service.
"Busy" is "Little Lil's" by-word. Band,
Girls' League, Assembly Committee, speech,
and hobbies such as swimming and skat-
ing keep her going. Besides all this, her
constant honor roll ratings show she's on
the ball in her studies, too. After high
school she'll enter the U of M.
BARBARA K. ST. CLAIR
Yea Washington Club, Barb was class
representative all through high school. In
her sophomore year she was in GAC, and
as a senior the Omega Business Staff was
one of her activities. Hobbies? Records
and dancing! Barb hopes to attend Western
Michigan University or Cleary Business
DAVID H. SATTINGER
If someone on the radio sounds familiar,
it might be Dave, as his hobby is amateur
radio station WBCFF. Still on the sound
track, he worked for the Audio-Visual
Equipment Repair of the Ann Arbor Public
Schools. Dave expects to attend Oberlin
CHARLES J. SCANIO
A bachelorl That's Chuck. As a sopho-
more, Student Council, homeroom presi-
dent, and orchestra kept him busy. He
was also a member of the senior executive
board, the debating team, and Teen-Age
Loan Board. Along with his many activities
Chuck maintained honor roll standards and
plans to attend college.
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PAMELA A. SEEVERS
JOHN M. SCHNUR
John, sometimes referred to as "Junior",
x x was usually an honorable member of the
B fb . qt' 3 honor roll. When this accomplishment
, didn't take up all his spare time, he
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Y ' future plans are the services.
NANCY J. SCHUMANN
Nancy earned a letter in band and also
went to Miami with the AAHS band.
Roller skating, ice skating, and playing
the accordian are the recreations she
enioys. Nancy represented her homeroom
on the Library committee while at AAHS.
After graduation she plans on getting
MARGARET E. SCHWARTI
A former Tappanite, Margaret was active
in after school sports. She loves the water,
for she participated in synchronized swim-
ming and that was one of her favorite
hobbies along with sailing and water
skiing. After graduation Margaret plans to
go to college.
Pam spent some time at AAHS on the
Assembly and Library committees. Being
on the honor roll a majority of the time
also took quite a few of her hours. Pam
participated in school activities, being a
Student Council alternate. She plans to
attend the University of Wisconsin.
BARBARA A. SHADE
Music was the center of Barb's life for
she held honors in many of the AAHS
music groups. Barb, besides being a mem-
ber of Band and Orchestra, found time to
sing in Cantando and A Cappella, Youth
Symphony and Band, as well as A.A. Civic
ROSWITHA E. SCHULTZ
That gal with the pencil behind her
ear may be Rosie, who is considering
secretarial school after graduation. She
might also be found whizzing down a ski
slope or cutting a fancy figure on skates,
since she enjoys these sports.
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Bob's high school activities show a real
enthusiasm for sports and the outdoor life.
He played JV football, and during after-
school hours enioyed riflery and horseback
riding. For variety he served on the Libra-
ry Committee. After graduation Bob will
begin an electrical apprenticeship.
SHIRLEY A. SHELDON
Do-re-mi! That's the voice of Shirley.
She sang in the Cantando Choir hor sopho-
more and senior years and was in mixed
ensemble in her iunior year. Being an
all-around girl, Red Cross, Intramural Man-
agers, swimming and riding, took much of
Ruth's well-rounded program at AAHS
included classes and many extra-curricular
actiivties such as Washington club, GAC
and the Omega Ad staff. As far as Ruth's
future plans are concerned, she plans to
go to college.
RONALD V. SCHULTZ
Without Ron Homeroom C-ll2 would
have had to find another president, vice-
president, intramural manager, and Assema
bly committee representative. Ron was
also interested in sports and music and
was on,the football team and in the band.
The Marines are seen in Ron's near future.
THOMAS P. SCHUON
"Here is the bulletin for this morning."
Tom's voice was heard daily over the P.A.
in his iunior and senior years. Tom's
interest in radio was also shown in his
being a representative of the Radio Guild
and Audio-Visual committee. Future plans
for Tom are undecided.
H. KRISTIN SCHWENKMEYER
It's a basket! And it's Krissy, active in
GAC on and off the court. Volleyball is
another big interest. Besides sports, she
likes collecting records and working on
the Assembly committee. Krissy's future
plans include the U of M. Best of luck
to you, Krissy.
Paul, an avid homeroom supporter, was
both its Intramural Managers' representa-
tive and Student Council alternate in his
iunior and senior years. During his out of
school hours, he worked at John's Market.
Paul plans to ioin the navy and see the
ROBERT T. SINANIAN
Zoom! Bob was carrying the ball down
the field for a touchdown! He earned let-
ters in both football and wrestling. H
served his homeroom as president and
Student Council representative Now em
ployed at the Campus Theater Bob plans
to attend the University of Michigan
DAVID R SLEZAK
An outstanding athlete Dave who was
co captain of the swimming team was an
All American swimmer while still a sopho
more He was also a valuable member of
the football team but despite his
thusiastic participation in sports he found
time to serve as president of his home
MARTHA I. SMALLEY
Martha was a very busy girl in hgh
school She was on the assembly commit
tee Senior Executive Board and a member
of the GAC while holding the office of
president and secretary in her homeroom
After school she plans to attend a business
college in the East
JUDITH A. SIMPSON
Judy's interests were wide and varied.
She was a member of the Student Council
and Washington club. Enioying music, she
was in the orchestra and played the piano.
During her senior year she was on COT
and was also on the honor roll the
majority of the time.
Writing is l.indsey's forte, as she worked
hard for the Optimist both as Third Page
Editor and as a reporter. She likes to
write as a hobby too An enthusiastic
homeroom member Lindo Link was its
president and secretary She also sang in
A Cappella Choir
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Ann an ardent sportswoman was a
articipant in the Synchronized Swimming
club and other swimming activities She
loves horses and taught riding in her
spare time Ann was Washington club
representative for her homeroom for two
years She will go on to college
PEIER D SPRING
Music seems to be tne big interest in
Petes life because during his three years
at AAHS he received letters for his p
formancs in both Band and Orchestra
Furthermore he was elected vice president
of the orchestra The U of M is in Petes
DAVID H SMITH
Likung and knowing a lot about model
airplanes Dave got third place in the
National Model Airplane Championships
He spent a great deal of his time playing
in the orchestra Dave plans on going to
college as he was one of the finaltsts an
the National Merit Test
BARBARA A SORRENTINO
Barb attended Roosevelt High in Yonk
ers New York before coming to AAHS
Barb was May Queen at Tarrytown School
president of the social committee at Edge
wood and president of the Student Coun
cal at Tarrytown Here Barb was a girls
League representative Her future plans
are aimed towards college and teching
WILLIAM R SPOKES
Bill served his homeroom well while
at AAHS He was not only its Student
Council representative but was also its
president and served it on Assembly
committee Bill also found time to work
at the Armand Chemical Company H
plans to attend college
Deadline was a dreaded word for Paula
as she was Senior Editor of the Omega
and as a Junior Second Page Editor of
the Optimist She was a Student Council
and TriHi representative sang in Can
tando and participated in Drama Workshop
The future holds college
JUDITH A. STAEBLER
"Squirt" Staebler participated in many
activities, one of which was Girls' Chorus.
During the Cancer Tag days she was busy
working for the cause. The Red Cross was
another of her interests. Sports that Squirt
enioys include horseback riding and swim-
ming. She plans to work.
Music! Music! Music! Sherry earned e
letter for her efforts in the band, and en-
joyed listening to records on the side.
She has been a member of the Radio
Guild and recently directed a radio pro-
gram. After graduation she plans to at'
tend the University of Michigan.
Kris was a member of the prom coron-
ation committee at her former high school,
Howard County High. Her hobbies reading,
writing, travels, and cooking kept her busy
there as well as at AAHS. Kris plans to
go to college and take up iournalism upon
Hans was here this year as an exchange
student from Stuttgart, Germany. He fitted
right into things at AAHS by going out
for the tennis team. A man of many in-
terests, he enioys classical music and
model cars. He plans to study physics at
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DANIEL E. STAGNER
For his outstanding performances on the
baseball team Don earned a letter. In fact,
he was interested in iust about all ath-
letics-hockey, basketball, and football to
name a few, Dan served as an Intramural
Manager and was a member of the March-
Doris, known for her quiet smile, cen-
tered her extracurricular interests around
4-H club activities. ln connection with this,
she also enjoys sports. In school, Doris
showed a concern for the welfare of
others as a Red Cross representative. She
plans to go on to college.
STEPHEN A. STEWART
plans to attend Colorado A 8- M.
JAMES R. STOCKARD
That friendly voice heard over the PA
in the morning was often Jim's for he
was a member of the Daily Bulletin staff.
His interest in electronics is evident, for
he works at the Music Center and plans
a career in electrical engineering.
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Steve was vice-president of his home-
room and enthusiastic about athletics,
going out for football. Quite the Beau
Brummel, Steve's consuming interest was
pursuing the elusive femme fatale, at
least, when he wasn't working at the
Stadium Autowash. Upon graduation, he
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CATHERINE A. STEFFEK
Moving here in September of 1956,
Cathy certainly got around, being home-
room president for two semesters, a Stu-
dent Council representative, Optimist Edi-
tor-in-chief, and in drama workshop. Cathy
is something a lot of girls would like to
be: a fashion model at Hudson's.
JON P. STEWART
Anchors aweighl Jon wants to ioin the
Navy. ln high school, though, he worked
hard at painting and decorating for three
years. By this time he should really be
able to wield a paint brush. Jon also
worked at Wrigley's Supermarket this year.
CHARLES M. STILLION
Zooml There goes Chuck on his motor-
cycle. Besides motorcycling, his hobbies
are hunting and archery. Being on the
honor roll took time, but still Chuck found
time to park cars at football games and
work at the Coca-Cola Company. He plans
to be an apprentice.
HELEN M. STOCKWELL
Helen has decided in detail on her
future. She plans to work a year then go
to Madison College, Tennessee, for nursing,
While at AAHS, Helen was in Cantando
for three semesters and on the library
committee for four semesters. Her hobbies
include swimming and baseball.
Bill could be seen getting a quick pin
and a long string of points many times
in wrestling matches. Aside from his fine
showing on the wrestling squad, where
he won his letter, he played football and
was an Intramural Manager. Bill is thinking
of attending Kalamazoo Western.
DIANNA I.. THOMAS
Dianna was co-captain of the JV Cheer-
leading team and a member of the Varsity
Cheerleading team. For these efforts she
was awarded a letter. She was president,
secretary, Student Council alternate of her
homeroom and a GAC representative. Dee
plans to enter college.
GEORGE D. THOMSON
While here at AAHS George has cen-
tered his interests around cars, his hobby.
He is quite proficient on the subiect of
"rods" and can give people much in-
formation on most automobiles. His current
plans include a "hitch" with the Army
ELIZABETH L. THORTON
Betty is especially interested in music.
She used her talent as organist for her
church and sang in the church choir. She
was in Girls' Chorus at school. Betty was
a Washington club representative for her
homeroom. After graduation, she plans to
enter secretarial work.
THOMAS E. STOLPER
Boston, Massachusetts was Tom's former
home. Before coming to AAHS he attended
Browne and Nichols School. Tom, who
makes high, high honor roll grades, is
especially interested in math and physics
and hopes to rnaior in science at the
U of M. Table tennis is Tom's favorite
Hearing ringing noises was a familiar
occurrence to Gail, for she worked as a
telephone operator at the Tower Hotel.
Much of her spare time was spent ice
skating or listening to her collection of
popular records. Gail plans to head for
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Energy personified, that's Annl Student
Council received much of her time, for she
served it as corresponding secretary and
chairman of the Pep and football programs
committee. "Dimples" still found time to
be treasurer of Tri-Hi A sports fan, Ann
plans to major in physical education.
WARREN G. STUCKMAN
"Sailing over the bounding mainl" An
outdoor man through and through, Jerry
plans either a career on the high seas in
the Merchant Marines or guarding Amer-
ica's resources in conservation work. Right
in line with his future plans are Jerry's
hobbies, hunting and fishing.
PATRICIA L. SULLIVAN
Pat found an outlet for her over-flowing
school spirit by being a maiorettte alter-
nate. An active member of her homeroom,
she served as secretary and Girls' League
representative. While at AAHS, she worked
in the Washington club office. Upon grad-
uation, Pat plans to attend college.
Better known as "Sonney" to all his
friends, he took an active part in sports
here at AAHS. He participated in football,
wrestling and track, winning a letter for
his efforts in the latter sport. Being em-
ployed at the Michigan Union used up his
PATRICIA A. THOMPSON
"P.J." doesn't stand for pajamas. lt's
the pretty blond you see here. She was
Girls' League representative and Intramural
Managers' representative. Her hobbies are
swimming, records, dancing and horseback
riding. Seh also enioys bowling. P..l. is
employed at Slauson Junior High and in-
tends to do secretarial work after gradua-
SUSAN E. TIBBETTS
Although Sue moved to Orchard Park,
New York, in October, she participated in
many activities before she left AAHS. She
.enioyed music and singing, and she re-
ceived a silver pin in A Cappella. Swim-
ming and figure skating are the particular
hobbies that Sue likes.
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JAMES J. TURNER
Few people are ever class presidents at
all, but Jim had the honor of serving his
class in this office for three years. Jim
also played basketball and was a letterman
in both football and track. In his spare
time, Jim collects stamps.
ANN P. VIDAR
As Art Editor, Ann was primarily re-
sponsible for the layout of the Omega.
As if her artistic interests weren't enough,
Ann was a Washington club representative,
a GAC member, and on the honor roll
all of the time. She plans to attend college.
SHARON S. 'IILFORD
Cheri's into everything and is usually
at the head of it! She was chairman of
several Student Council committees, vicee
president of the Hostesses, and vice-presi-
dent and president of her homeroom. She
was also on the Atheltic Board as well
as Swin club.
LAWRENCE K. TOWER
Larry worked tor Leon A, Tower, Painta
ing Contractor. While working at this iob,
he got to know the new high school very
well. He painted many of the rooms here.
His main interest is working on cars.
Upon graduation, Larry plans to continue
his work at painting and decorating.
MARY l. VOGEL
Active in school affairs, Mary Lou sang
in A Cappella. She was also a member of
GAC, Girls' League, the Assembly com-
mittee, and the Omega Ad staff. After
high school, Mary Lou plans to attend
MSU. She is now employed part time at
"Variety isbthe spice ot life might well
be Sue's motto. She was a member of
Student Council, GAC, Washington club,
Synchronized Swimming, and Cantando,
and yet she still managed to make honor
roll grades most of tne time. College is
in Sue's future.
CLAUDIA J. VREELAND
"Claud" likes music, as you can se:
for she was a member of Cantando and
A Cappella. First on her list of hobbies is
playing the piano. She also enioys water
skiing and tobogganing. She was vice
president of her homeroom and served
cn Girls' League.
SONJA G. WAHR
Beauty will be "Sonny's" business, for
she plans to attend beauticial school. At
AAHS, Sonia served her homeroom as
Student Council representative and as
secretary. After school hours, she enjoyed
sewing as a hobby and was employed at
the Carter Bakery.
JAMES B. TINNIN
Jim's homeroom was the starting place
for many of his activities. He held the
offices of vice-president and treasurer and
was on the Assembly committee and the
Senior Executive Board. He likes bowling
and is his homeroom's champion bowler.
Jim plans to attend the U of M.
Jack's interest during his three years at
AAHS are certainly centered in one sport.
This was noted when he played JV foot-
ball and became a captain of an intramural
team. Jack's hobbies are swimming, tishing,
and hunting, which also shows his promi-
nent interest - sports. Jack's plans include
"Jackie" was on the Omega Business
staff and a representative to Washington
club. She participated in GAC and Girls'
League and was chosen to be secretary
of her homeroom. Jackie was on the honor
roll. She enjoys swimming and dancing
MARGARET E. VININO
Feel swell? If not, maybe Peggy can
help. Peggy helps to be a nurse and is
currently employed at the U of M Hospital.
At AAHS she participated in GAC, where
she got her letter, Omega, Girls' League,
and Intramural Managers. Peggy was in
Girls' Chorus and Mixed Ensemble.
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WANDA J. WAID
It was Washington for Wanda this
springl She got a well-earned vacation
after working on the club for three years.
Wanda is an honor roll student but still
found time to enioy stamp collecting,
skating, and swimming.
AUGUSTINE B. WALKER
"Stine" was in Girls' Chorus, Drama
Workshop, and girls' basketball. In addi-
tion to this she served two years on the
Assembly committee and was an alternate
Intramural Manager. One of her favorite
hobbies is writing short stories, which
she does in her spare time.
MICHAEL J. WALLACE
Bang! Seven at one blow - well, not
quite, but hunting and the Rifle club seem
to have been Mike's principle interest at
AAHS. An outdoor man, he also enjoyed
fishing and hiking. Mike plans to join the
navy after he graduates from high school.
MATHILDE H. WALZ
Sports, that's Tilly's hobby. She enjoys
skating the rnost, but she was also an
active member of GAC. Tilly served her
homeroom on Senior Executive Board,
Girls' League and held the office of vice-
president. She is employed at John Leidy
but plans to attend college.
JON H. WAITZ
Jon came to AAHS from Cooley High
School in Detroit, where he participated in
Audio-Visual, football and the Art club.
Upon coming to AAHS, he plunged into
many activities which included being
Sports Editor of the Optimist, vice-presi-
dent of his homeroom and Washington
BARBARA J. WALKER
"Long, tall Sally", as she was called by
some of her friends, works at St. Joseph's
Hospital. She was a member of GAC and
also of Girls' Chorus. Her favorite hobby
is horseback riding. She even has her own
horse. Barb plans to attend business col-
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THOMAS I. WANZECK
Tom's consuming interest, while at
AAHS, was football, as he was on the
team twice. He was also interested in
dramatics from the wings as a member
of the stage crew. In his spare time Tom
could usually be found working on his
JIM "8UTCH" WARREN
Football took up a good deal of his
time in his sophomore year. He also was
a basketball manager in his sophomore
and iunior years. After graduation, "Butch"
is planning on attending Western Michigan
SANDRA D. WALZ
Sports were a favorite of Sandy's.
GAC, hockey, intramural managers and
homeroom bowling team were iust a few.
Her hobby is roller skating. She was vice-
president of her homeroom and a member
of Cantando, to round out her activities.
Future plans include Cleary Business Col-
KAREN A. WANTY
As she enjoys music, aKren was in
A Cappella for two years and Mixed
Ensemble for one year. She babysits reg-
ularly and goes swimming when she finds
time. After high school Karen plans to go
to Eastern Michigan College. Before com-
ing to AAHS, she went to Slauson.
Busy Bonnie was secretary of her home-
room and took part in Drama Workshop,
Her musical bent led her to singing in
A Cappella and Cantando. Omega and
Optimist were outlets for her journalistic
spirit. One outside interest is hgure skat-
ing. An honor student, she must have
found time left for study.
DIANE K. WARNER
"Dee-Dee" was a busy girl while at
AAHS. She was a member of the Sopho-
more Executive Board, representative to
the Washington club, and president of her
homeroom. In addition, she sang in Can-
tando, and participated in GAC. Dee-Dee
hopes to attend Cleary College.
DOLORES E. WEISS DOROTHY V. WEISS
MICHAEL A. WARNER
Mike's quiet dependability probably
aided his election as president of his
homeroom. Academically, he was depend-
able too, for his name was usually in-
cluded onthe Honor Roll. After graduation,
Mike plans to go on to the college of his
choice. Best of luck, Mike.
John was one of the friendliest mem-
bers of homeroom C-124. To his closest
friends, has has always been known as
"Junior". Since he is very fond of music,
John's main hobby is collecting and listen-
ing to records lwhile taking it easyl. He
is as yet undecided about his future plans.
"I speak for democracyl" These dra-
matic words climaxed Sara's speech as the
Ann Arbor winner of this contest. She has
also won prizes for writing. Drama and
music took much of Sara's time, for she
had roles in several school plays and sang
in Mixed Ensemble.
MARGARET A WEID
Sports and writing were Penny's special-
ties. She participated in most GAC sports
and received a large letter. As well as
being in the Ann Arbor Figure Skating
Club, she was the secretary of Girls'
League, on the Omega Ad and Editorial
staffs and on the Optimist.
SHARON K. WATSON
Sharon's hobby, oil painting, was just
one of several actiivties which she enjoyed
while at AAH5. She was a member of the
Girls' Chorus and worked in the nurse's
office for three years. Sharon's iob as a
cashier at Stop and Shop kept her busy.
KATHERINE R. WEBER
Kathy, a skilled horsewoman, finds it
convenient to ride, for she owns her own
horse. She does office work at Tappan
on the COT program. The stars in Kathy's
eyes are probably due to her approaching
marriage this summer. She will continue
Dolores's main interest is visual arts, and
she plans to maior in this at the U of M.
While in high school, Dolores was on Red
Cross committee, Publicity committee chair-
man of Girls' League, and in the Girls'
Chorus. Interested in sports, she was also
active in GAC.
John centered his non-academic activities
around music at AAHS. His voice was a
part of both A Cappella and Mixed En-
semble performances. Outside of school,
he is an avid outdoor sports fan, and
hunting and fishing are his favorites. John
was a member of Washington club.
During his Ann Arbor High School years
Art has given his services to the Presi-
dents committee for three semesters. He
is a well-known figure on the football
held also. At present he is employed as a
foreman at Bradson Manufacturing Com-
pany. His immediate goal is Eastern Michi-
Myrna's school activities centered around
the Synchronized Swimming Club. She
also served her homeroom as Washington
Club representative. She participated in
the activities of the Ann Arbor Rainbow
Group. Her future plans include attending
Eastern Michigan College and majoring in
Music seemed to be Dotty's main inter-
est, as she was in both Girls' Chorus and
Centando. She was also very active in
Girls' League, and participated in GAC
and Junior Achievement. Cleary Business
School looms ahead of Dotty upon grad-
DONALD N. WENK
Putt! Puttl Puttl Those are familiar
sounds to Don since his favorite hobby
is boating. Don's spare time is spent
working at Gillespie Standard Service.
Future plans for Don include going to
college, although he is not sure of which
college he will attend.
Another homeroom! Gerald was the able
captain of the Pioneer baseball team. Ex-
celling in sports, he also contributed to
the success of the football team on which
he played for two years. Well-rounded,
he sang in A Cappella too. He plans to
attend Western or Central.
War dance, anyone? Jim has the rather
unconventional hobby of Indian dancing.
In school, he was a Washington Club
representative and also served on the
Presidents committee. .lim was a member
of the Cross Country team. Jim now works
at the Michigan Union, and intends to
ioin the Navy next fall.
PHYLLIS A. WILLIAMS
Music is PhiI's maior interest. She was
in Cantando for three years and also did
solo work, She hopes to minor in music
at Eastern College. However, skating,
skiing and dancing are also her favorites.
Phil was really embarrassed when a button
popped off her skirt in assembly.
BARBARA J. WING
Barb participated in many activities here
at AAHS. She was vice-president and sec-
retary of her homeroom, was in Girls'
Chorus, a representative to GAC and also
was a member of the Library committee.
Barb's hobbies are winter sports. She is
presently employed at Randall's Shoe Store
and her future holds college and more
fun like AAHSI
ALBERT C. WHITLEY
Sherry was one of the lucky ones to
head for sunny climes during Spring vaca-
tion as a member of Washington Club. She
found a musical outlet in Girls' nhorus.
Interested in business, she worked at the
Rand Shoestcre and plans to be a secretary
"Ace" likes sports. His letters in base-
ball and participation in wrestling and
football confirm this. He also makes a
hobby of collecting records. AI is now
employed at the William Goodyear Com-
pany. College is one goal in his plans for
RICHARD F. WILLIS
Drop into a Student Council meeting
and Dick might be found - he was on
Council twice. He was also president of
his homeroom and went out for cross
country. Dick works at the Michigan Scien-
tific Company, and he is planning to
attend the U of M.
LINDA J. WINKELHAUS
"Variety is the spice of life", as Linda
realized. She discovered the field of music
in Mixed Ensemble and received a silver
pin in A Cappella. Among her varied
activities were Omega staff, GAC, and the
Senior Executive Board. To top it off,
Linda worked at the Michigan Union.
PATRICIA J. WHEELER
During her stay at AAHS Pat served her
school and fellow students well, being
on the Hostess committee and on the Stu-
dent Council for three semesters. Writing
must have agreed with her for she was
secretary of her homeroom and Corres-
ponding Secretary for the Student Council.
Working at the Michigan Union now, the
next few years will tind Pat in college.
MILO E. WILCOX
Milo was very active here at AAHS, for
he represented his homeroom on the Stu-
dent Council, Presidents' committee and
as a Washington club representative. He
also was a member of the JV football
team. Milo plans to serve "active duty"
in the Michigan Air National Guard.
JUDITH L. WILLIAMS
Judy served her homeroom on the
Assembly committee and the Red Cross
committee. Sports minded she rates roller
skating and bowling as her favorite hob-
bies, but she also likes to sew. June holds
great plans for Judy, as she plans to be
Do you need someone to patch you up?
lf so, Pat is just the girl to do it as she is
planning to be a nurse. She is a member
of the Future Nurses Club. Pat is also in-
terested in sports, especially volleyball
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JANET WISEMAN '
Taking minutes was a familiar task for
Janet, as she served as secretary of her
homeroom. She was an enthusiastic mem-
ber of Washington club. Janet is a great
swimming fan and spends much time at
this sport. She plans to attend college or
LYNNE I. WODKE
Versatile is the word for Lynne. She
enjoys swimming, stamp collecting, and
basketball. During her three year stay she
was active in Red Cross, Washington club,
speech work, and served as Student Coun-
cil alternate. She works at Wilkinson
Luggage Shop. Law school is ahead for
LINDA K. WOODWORTH
Drama Workshop took up much of
Linda's time. She was in "Kind Lady",
"Ge0rge Washington Slept Here" and
"Gramercy Ghost". Active in her home-
room, she served as its vice-president and
Washington club representative. Linda
plans to attend Duke University and major
in surgical nursing.
"Attention! Will the meeting please
corne to order?" Jen was elected president
of the Student Council after being here
less than a year. He also participated in
tennis and debate while in Ann Arbor.
Jen received the Fisher Body Craftsman
Award. His future plans include college.
WALTER H. SCHAFF
Even before graduation Walter had a
long head start on his plans for the
future. He belongs to and works for the
U.S. Navy Reserve. Walter should be weli
prepared for a career as an aviation elecr
tronics technician. He enioys auto me
chanics and likes the out-ofrdoors.
WILLIAM C. WITTING
Bill, famed for his knee socks on the
Boys' Cheerleading team, was a Student
Council representative, president of his
homeroom and an Intramural Manager. He
won a letter on the swimming team and
was a member of the Debate squad, as
well as participating actively in archery.
JOYCE D. WOODS
Joyce was especially active in sports
and in vocal groups during her high school
years. She sang in Cantando, A Cappella,
Mixed Ensemble, and participated actively
in GAC. Joyce also served as secretary
to her homeroom. She plans to attend
Howard University after graduation.
"Zornmer", as he was called by his
rinse friends, played football for three
years and received a letter for his efforts.
Not content with this, he also went out
for track. He represented his homeroom
on the Sophomore Executive Board, and
intramural Managers. "Zoinrner's" plans
include either the army or the navy.
BRIAN L. WOODWORTH
Brian, better known as "Sticks' to his
friends, was a drummer in the dance band
He was also in both the Band and Or-
chestra for three years and earned a
letter. An honor he received in his senior
year was honorable mention in Ford
Industrial Arts Awards.
DONALD W. YAHR
Ron was sure to see Washington this
spring, as he was president of the 1958
Washington club. He was also president
of his homeroom and played baseball.
Hockey is another one of his favorite
sports. After graduation college or the
service is for Ron.
Curtain! That might have been Dan at
the other end, for stage-:raft activities took
much of his time. Mechanics seem to be
his big interest, for he was a mechanic on
COT and enjoyed working with cars on
the side. Dan's plans include a scholar-
ship to GM Tech
VIRGINIA R. ZWAAN
Sports kept Ginny busy at AAHS. As if
GAC and intramural Managers' weren't
enough, she found time for swimming and
golf. Girls' League also occupied some of
her time. Besides all these activities she
sang in the church choir. College can be
seen in Ginny's future.
STUART G ALLEN
.I whose qutet manner proclamted htm
typ: El Soc 'tern gentleman came to
J ro C ral Cables Htgh Sc oo
a A-I gtle atnlete Stu was on t e
teafn t AAH Hts nobb s
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FRANK C BALL
DUTIDQ hIs stay at AAHS Frank partIcI
paved In COT and found tIme for the
Rtfle Club as well Hts outsIde Interests
such as cars huntIng and flshtng kept
hum busy throughout the past three years
Upon graduatton Frank plans to enter the
Untted States Martne Corps
RICHARD l DAVIS
lnstead of robbtng banks DIck works
at the State Theater as an usher In hIs
spare ttme to earn hIs spendmg money
Has favortte hobby IS an IUYGYCST common
to many boys cars Duck Isnt sure of
what he IS gotng to do In the future
JAMES R KNAPP
Jayson the grease money' Jtm was very
Interested In cars Hunttng and flshmg
are among hns hobbtes too Even Wllh all
these actIvItIes he managed to spend ttme
worktng at the U of M Golf Course Jtm
plans to enter the Marunes and later start
a busnness for humself
John showed an actIve Interest In sports
and outdoor BCYIVITIES whIle IH hIgh school
He played football for two years and
constders horseback rtdtng and huntIng
to be hIs favortte hobbtes After gradua
ton from AAHS John plans to Iom the
Urwted States Martnes
HAROLD rl BRUELKNER
Harold carne to AAHS ro'n Lou It
HIgh Scho I Whtle att ncltng l.OUlSVlll9 l-A
was treasurer c th Juntor H Y a o
partt Ipated w Sem r HI Y for thre yea s
He also belonged to the Rostrontar CII'
the at ll u u cn
attend colleg aft r g aduatwn
GERALD R DAVIS
Jerry entoyed huntIng swImmIng and
musIc a really varted program of Interests
Jerry was one of those people who en
toyed doIng dtfterent thIngs all the ttme
Currently he I5 employed at Wagner s Pure
OII ServIce and In the future he plans
to contInue work
Black denIm trousers and motorcycle
boots! Well not exactly although Steve
does have a hobby of motorcycles He was
an honor student and held the offtce of
secretary of hIs homeroom HIS plans for
the future are centered around mIlItary
SEYVICC preferably the Marmes
MARY L SCHNEIDER
lt s a nurse s cap that Ggures promtnent
ly IH Marys future for she plans to go
to nursmg school after graduatton from
htgh school However she hasnt let any
grass grow under her feet whIle wattmg
for the btg day She works at Cunnmg
MIke was hard to find around school,
for he worked early and late at hts Iob
at the Whtte Spot Restaurant Here Mtke
could be counted on to turn out the best
possuble chocolate sundae or lemonade
IH the least posstble amount of tIme
hams Drug Store
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Susan Bugby Vice presndent
C r I Slenve D9 TES
JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD
The board consustnng of one member from
each homeroom plus the class officers
planned the actuvutues undertaken by the class
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largest project of the year The committees
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John We ley
Jacqueline 7 chokke
Lony Fumsworfh Margaret Roberts
Wllllam Orr Presndent
James Potter Vuce presudent
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SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE BOARD
The Sophomore Class Executlve Board plans many
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Fun Nnght to whuch all students were nnvnted Besldes
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FURNITURE GREETING CARDS
GIFTS TYPEWRITERS SCHOOL SUPPLIES
N Mann St NO 3I16I
FIEGEL S Pole FINE MEN s as BOYS WEAR
Decorated Cakes For Every Occasion
CAMPBELL 8. SON FABERS
219 NORTH MAIN STREET
Across from the Post Office
Every type 0 fabric
or every sewmg need
341 S Mann NO 2 H32
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Shell Heatmg Oils
NO 8-6975 911 Brown
Observatory Beauty Salon
1402 Wash rmgton Hts
For PERSONALIZED Hairstyles
NOrmandy 2 3413
Ann Arbor M ch go
For those who care
WE CALL AND DELIVER
204 East Washington Street
NO rmandy 2-2567
Jewelers and Sllb8FSmllhS
Yarns KY Knlttlng Supplles
NO Q 0306
NO 2 0303 IQ N cIceI A code
GOOD LUCK '
N zelsen s Flower Shop
1021 MAIDEN LANE o dy 23269
ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN E T Z G E R 9 S
ANN ARBOR HIGH SCI-IOOI O d Is SI de Is
III OUAIITY ATI-IIE IC EOUIPIVIENT
We Speclallze ln Award Sweaters
MOE SPORT SHOPS
7II N Umversury Ave 902 S Store ST
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SEYFRIED 5 JEWELERS
308 SOUTH STATE
ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN
ANDERSON PAINT COMPANY
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Sylvia Studio of Dance
Phones: ACADEMIC BALLET
NO 8-8066 TAP
NO 87227 Acrobofic-Ballroom
MICHIGAN THEATRE BUILDING
Zegachen Mylec in going
meal fine appafzel
STATE STREET AT LIBERTY
WllklHSOD Luggage Shop
Luggage Handbags Gifts
327 South Mom Sires!
DOWNTOWN ANN ARBOR
H A Wodke Owner
Crandell Drug Store
Drugs Prescrrphons Founfam Service
IIO2 BROADWAY NOrmcmdy 3 4909
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320 SOUTH MAIN ST NORMANDY 8 7701
We pride ourselves nn Tokmg The Tume ond proofs necessary produce o
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FINEST MEALS IN TOWN
Home Made Candles
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CHICKEN IN THE BASKET
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State Street on tlwe Campus
for 66 years
319 EAST HURON STREET
PHONE NORMANDY 3 5541
HARRY LEE FRENCH
IN s u R A N c E
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the agency that should
best wlshes from
ladies casual wear
1212 south umversnty
2204 Packard NO 2 3440 U S lt e Q
ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN
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BOOKS STUDENT SUPPLIES RECORDS
Aluays The F cworlte Boolt Store
W1 h Ann Arbor Hugh Students
Excellent Photography at Reasonable Rates
IN BUSINESS SINCE I938
Sen o s Ha e Y Graduat on Pctures Take Here
WE SUPPLY CAPS AND GOWNS
321 S Mann St NO 2 2220
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OWERS EVERY OCCASI
CHELSEA FLOWER SHOP
NOrmcrndy 2 5616
Cut Flowers Corsages Potted Plants
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THE GENERAL ELECTRIC STORE
34124 211 So tb F rth A
Ann Arbor Public Lrbrory
Kurtz Burlrlrng Company General Contractors
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2424 W Stadlum Blvd NO 8 6363
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Plwone 20114 11 Nnclcels Arcade
ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN
IJIE1ZEl'S SHIIE STURE
309 S.MAIN NO 2 0234
J. Leabu Sales 8. Service
NECCHI ELNA PAAF WHITE
322 E Liberty 17 W Mnchngcn
NO 3 3033 HU 21717
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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF T958
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
401 EAST LIBERTY STREET
ANN ARBOR TRUST COMPANY
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
of ANN ARBOR
T25 SOUTH AIN STREET
PACKARD STADIUM WASHTENAW QTPITTSFIELD BLVD
corner e. liberty
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217 SOUTH MAIN 9 NICKELS ARCADE
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CLGTHIERS HATTERS FURNIQHERS
STADEL Q SONS
30 S Mom S1
MUEHLIG 81 LAN PHEAR
Hardware and Sheet Mefal Work
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5305 W Llberty Rd Phone NU 2 2515
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ALL F SHARON JOHNSON
STATE ond LIBERTY
CONLIN AND WETHERBEE
W A N T Y S H O E S
SHOES for ALL THF FAMILY "The finest m men's clothes"
210 S0 Mom St
Ann Arbor, Much PHONE N E N
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THE MUSIC CENTER
300 SOUTH THAYER NORMANDY 2 2500
FISHER HARD WARE
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221 E WASHINGTON N0 2 329
CIOVERIEAF DAIRY COMPANY
Quahfy Danry Products
TELEPHONE 3 4193
1015 Broadway Ann Arbor M ch
WE FEATURE NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
BRANDS OF SMART FEMININE APPAREL
S M A R T A P P A R I L
Phone NO 3 2552 Phone VI I 9185
205 So Mom St 7426 Muchlgon Ave
ANN ARBOR DETROIT
SAM S STORE
122 E.Wcshingfon Street
NOrmandy 3 8611
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Bill Carman, '35 Norm Randall, '37
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206 E Woshtngton Street
NO 2 500l
"Your Friendly Dealern
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Boord of Directors of Teen Age Loon Fd
ANN ARBOR BANK
LATEST IN FASHION
MAIN AT LIBERTY ANN ARBOR
MAST S SHOES
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All year round wonderful styles from Goodyears for ou
Colorful sportswear for all four seasons dressy sheers all
ored suits beautiful femmme fashions formals for the bng
dance ol the season shoes to make your toes twmkle an
treasure chests of lovely accessones all waltmg for yo
122-4 South Main Street
213 South State Street
IN ANN ARBOR SINCE 7888
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
MUSICAL SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
New, Used and Rebuilt Instruments
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